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... 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)
... I'm not aware of shots for cervical cancer. You mentioned it could be a vaccine. ... (7 replies)

... Annie told me she was diagnosied with Cervical Cancer 2 months ago, but she only told me about 2 weeks ago. ... (7 replies)
... Hi teresato0921. I'm checking in to see how you are doing and if you have gotten any results. My PAP and cultures were all normal. Back pain has improved but I am scheduled for an Ultrasound because I just don't feel right. Vague symptoms. I hope all is well with you and I am thinking of you. (4 replies)
... Please tell me any and all symptoms you had that led to diagnosis of Cervical cancer. ... (4 replies)
... Hi there Soscared12, sorry for the late reply. Thank so much for your well wishes, I didn't have any symptoms, it was just a routine pap, it came out of no where . My pap last year was normal, in 2011 I had an abnormal pap and also hpv positive, did a colposcopy and it came back normal, its hard to say if I got that from my ex husband which I divorced in 2010 and then met my... (4 replies)
... teresato0921 Thanks for replying and I wish you a speedy recovery and I hope with everything I have that your results are good. I really hope that this is all peri menopause related but I'm really scared. This back pain is terrible and I also have right leg pain which I've read is a symptom of advanced disease. Did you have any kinds of symptoms or was this a routine pap. ... (4 replies)
... Hi Soscared12, Don't be scared. What other tests has your gym dr has ordered besides your papsmear? Was your papsmear abnormal? I'm no Dr. but do you think maybe your going thru peri- menopause. I had an abnormal papsmear just last month with atypical glandular cells after that I had a colposcopy it came back "cannot rule out cancel cells" so my obgyn referred me to get a... (4 replies)
... I'm 60 years old. Last Oct. I started spotting. When to my gyno, had pap and internal vaginal ultrasound done. Both were negative. Was told I had vaginal atrophy and she could prescribe hormone cream if I wanted it.I declined the hormone cream and continued spotting. Two weeks ago I started bleeding very heavily with clots. I went to the ER and another internal vaginal ultra... (0 replies)
... With a negative HPV test and negative paps it would be highly unlikely that you have cervical cancer. Gynecologic cancers are uncommon. ... (1 replies)
... y my hormones are all messes up and need to be regulated and he thinks the menstrual changes have to do with that. I told him abouut my concerns with could it be cervical cancer and he said im too young. He said in the 30 yeara hes been working hes never diagnosed a 24 year old with cervical cancer. ... (1 replies)
... I'm sorry for this diagnosis! I wish I had some words of wisdom but didn't have cervical cancer (or any other type of cancer) although I did have an abnormal pap many years ago that resolved itself. And then fast forward more than a decade later when I developed a large complex ovarian cyst at which point the fear set in. The only suggestion I have to offer is to try to remain... (1 replies)
... h Dr sent me for colocopy it came back hsil so the June 22,2016 I had leep procedure. On July 6 I received a call from my Dr that the results were invasive cervical cancer . So now I wait to see cancer Dr my app is August 18 unanswered questions and no other test booked. Confused how they will know if it has spread. ... (1 replies)
... cause most cervical cancers. Have you seen the pathology report? ... (16 replies)
... I was diagnosed July 6 and all I have been told is its invasive. How can Dr.s tell if it hasn't spead. I don't see oncologist till August 18. Any info would be great (0 replies)
... HPV is common but it's the high risk strains that cause the large majority of cervical cancers. It's my understanding that HPV does not cause endometrial cancer. So was your lining too thick? ... (1 replies)
... I have stage 1b1 cervical cancer. Had a radical hysterectomy 4 weeks ago. ... (2 replies)
Cervical biopsy
Apr 25, 2015
... You did not go into your history of paps and cervical treatments. If you have kept up with screening and have not had ongoing problems then chances are good that these abnormal cells are treatable. ... (3 replies)
... I just want to echo that symptoms of cervical cancer can mimic those of benign conditions. So there is no need to panic. ... (2 replies)


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