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... I know our minds tend to go to the worst case scenario. Keep in mind though that cervical cancer is uncommon and this could be any number of things. I hope that eases your mind a bit! ... (4 replies)
... now I am anxiously waiting for the results but I am pretty certain that I have cervical cancer as I have every symptom apart from bleeding no abnormal bleeding to speak of and my periods are still normal. ... (4 replies)
... Not sure why you didn't go to a gyno first but this sounds very much like typical cysts. Hopefully the gyno can help you with that. (4 replies)

... I saw the doctor last night and the smear results were completely clear and normal. I am not convinced though because i heard that Pap smears don't actually detect cancer? I'm very confused about what a Pap smear actually finds. I told the doc everything that was going through my mind and that I wasn't convinced and he basically laughed at me and said "you're young" 😑 What a... (4 replies)
... DEfinitely could be the cysts. I would focus on that till the testing comes back. (4 replies)
Cervical Cancer?
Nov 23, 2016
... e last three years I have had abnormal periods. I bleed almost non stop with maybe a couple of days or a week in between "periods". I have ALL of the symptoms of cervical cancer I.e. Bleeding after intercourse, clotting during bleeding, foul smelling discharge with blood, pelvic pain, back pain and fatigue. ... (0 replies)
... Sheilia, i just read your post about having to do chemo and radiation. It sounds like they did catch early and i would not lose hope! my friend just went through a few months of chemo for ovarian cancer and is now cured! some days were harder than others but she is feeling much better now. i hope everything goes well and surround yourself with loving friends and family.... (1 replies)
... Have you seen a gynecologist yet? Of course many strains of HPV are transient and therefore low grade abnormal cells (dysplasia) will oftentimes resolve without intervention. And as you probably also know abnormal paps can occur without the presence of HPV. I had an abnormal pap many years ago and my gyn said we just needed to repeat it a number of months later (it seems we... (1 replies)
... The Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is everywhere. It is the planetís most common sexually transmitted infection. Itís a catchy bugger. Almost every woman I know has it. I have it. The few women I know who do not have HPV are married to the only man theyíve ever had sex with. The weird thing is that men donít seem to know about HPV. Around 50 percent of all men are carriers and... (1 replies)
... Please tell me any and all symptoms you had that led to diagnosis of Cervical cancer. ... (4 replies)
... My results from the colposcopy came back CIN2, it was also found in the cervical canal. I think this is called CGIN. My doc is recommending me to have a cone biopsy asap. ... (7 replies)
... e thing that is important if you get a positive HPV test, is to make sure your immune system is good and not to be smoking etc. I think smoking is really bad for cervical cancers. The HPV can clear up if your immune system is good. ... (22 replies)
... Honestly, I don't even think it is related. My friend that actually had cervical cancer said that there were no symptoms and the doctor would be able to see cancer with their plain eyes at that point. ... (22 replies)
... Ok so 3 years ago i had a normal pap and negative for hpv, a week or so ago i had an abnormal papsmear showing asc-h and im so scared in have a colposcopy on the 21st of this month, but it seems to long im worried its cervical cancer and know nothing about what asc-h means and the internet just keeps telling me it could be cancer so if anyone could help me please, i have... (1 replies)
... transient especially in young women. Although you mentioned having a high risk type HPV, it's good it's not 16 or 18 as I've read those two cause the majority of cervical cancers. ... (1 replies)
... and don't keep looking on the internet for answers. It will just make you nervous because you are reading the worst cases and many people don't really understand cervical cancer. ... (22 replies)
... One thing that I would recommend is not searching online too much. Most of the stories you will read online are the worst case scenario, and the reality is that cervical cancer is totally treatable and preventable if caught early. This is what the pap is for. It detects cells that can become cancerous WAY before they actually do. ... (22 replies)
... I have moderate cervical dysplasia and have to have a LEEP soon. I'm very scared that they will get in there and find it is cancer. ... (7 replies)
... go away over time. I've read that there are two types that cause most cases of cervical cancer. She may want to find out which type she has and read up on it. ... (7 replies)
... And if the cell changes are in the cervical canal how can a cryosurgery be effective? ... (0 replies)


Associated Tags: cervical cancer, cervical dysplasia/ cancer, cervical dysplasia/hpv/leep, colposcopy, cryosurgery, hpv, hpv high risk, leep, ovarian cyst, scared, scared of dying

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