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... progress to invasive cervical cancer. ... (4 replies)
... I haven't had cancer, and from what I can tell neither have most of the women on the cervical cancer board here. Most of us have, at one time or another, had precancerous cells removed... ... (3 replies)
... I fought cervical cancer and won. ... (3 replies)

... It is the only way to avoid problems, by catching them while they're still small and manageable. Cancer doesn't spring up overnight. It develops slowly, and cervical cancer in particular can easily be caught and cured while still in its precancerous stages... ... (6 replies)
... blown cervical cancer only two years later. ... (6 replies)
... st like being the victim. Some people like that sort of thing. Also ask to see the test result she had showing no HPV exposure ever in her life. And know that cervical cancer is a slow grower, when you test positive it was probably growing for years prior to the test finally detecting it. ... (6 replies)
... Highly recommend seeing a new ob/gyn. Since it has been linked that the majorities of cervical cancers are caused by HPV, and it is a virus that likes to set up shop and really never leave town - I would recommend at least seeing a new doc for peace of mind. Good luck! (1 replies)
... nough, she can probably get one to set her mind at ease, but the reason they aren't recommended for 17 year old virgins is because such people are at no risk for cervical cancer. ... (5 replies)
... have you had a pap smear? that's the diagnostic test for cervical cancer I'm pretty sure it's gonna come back negative (no cancer) (5 replies)
... Thanks a lot for your reply, it made me feel better. I love my wife, and I know she is strong. I just wish she hadn't have to undergo all of this. I have to be strong for her. Thanks for your kind words (6 replies)
... thanks for posting. I feel for you. Try not to worry. It's not your fault. Most women have been exposed to HPV. I too have had that but mine did not turn into cervical cancer. Alot of strains just have to be removed through a period of time. This kind of cancer is treatable expecially early on. Don't think death thoughts ok. ... (6 replies)
... My wife was recently diagnosed with cervical cancer. We still don't know how advanced it is, but doctor said it is more likely to be an early stage. ... (6 replies)
... I've known women with a higher grade of cervical dysplasia than you who were treated with LEEP and ended up being just fine. ... (8 replies)
... old virgin, to have cervical cancer. ... (5 replies)
... Curlyfry, (cute name), Thank-You for your thoughts! I am disgusted and irritated and stressed from this i havent had such a great experience in my family with cancers runs pretty rampant in my family in all sorts of ways! I just buried my cousin who i grew up with side by side and he just passed from luekemia (devistated) his mother 6years ago... (8 replies)
... f i had any Vaginal discharge. I just said no because at that moment I didnt. I have had it in the past but I thought it was normal. After talking to my DR about cervical cancer and any other possible reasons for this bleeding I got a little bit scared. I have researched symptomes of Cervical cancer and I have many of them. ... (5 replies)
... for results...He says to me that i have moderate cervical dysplasia on outter cervix! ... (8 replies)
... Hello, I am new as of today May 1st to this forum i have been diagnosed with HPV and have annual paps since i was 16 i am now 38... I have cervical dysplasia Cin2 i have a lesion inside cervix (scared) i have been givin two options one being the Leep procedure and or a partial hysterectamy taking my uterus and cervix out! Unsure what path to take what to do. Not sure... (0 replies)
... or cervical cancer maybe the cause at an advanced stage seeing as it has been 6yrs. since the last Pap and 6yrs. ... (0 replies)
... I know it's scary. The unknown is always scary. I've never had LEEP, but I had cervical dysplasia when I was sixteen (over 20 years ago), and it was treated with cryotherapy, which was the standard treatment for mild dysplasia at that time (cone biopsies were done for more severe cases). I was scared to death by all of it, but I got through it. All you really have to do is... (9 replies)


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