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... Hi all,20 yrs ago,had abnormal pap.Was told I had cervical dysplasia.I,had Conization to remove bad cells. Can,this come back? ... (1 replies)
... Plus I dont have risk factors associated with cervical cancer either i.e. theres nothing wrong with my immune system, dont smoke, no family history etc. ... (3 replies)
... While I agree that it would be rare to have cervical cancer, the purpose of the exam would also be to check for ovarian cysts, breast lumps or anything unusual. Some may include a rectal exam. ... (5 replies)

... Recently one of my friends was recently diagnosed with HPV infection. She is about 31 married for 5 yrs with 2 kids. This has made me concerned about picking up cervical cancer somehow. ... (5 replies)
... which I'm not concerned with. I am only wondering, as this is my first gyno health issue, and we are planning a family soon, if I had any presence of cervical cancer, would that be seen on colposcopy without having to wait for the biopsy results? ... (7 replies)
... eft side was the first one I noticed, as I was taking a shower yesterday. It is a bit bigger, approx 1.5cm. From what I understand, that's not huge but the whole cervical dysplasia thing has me freaked out. I know would be uncommon for CIL1 to turn into cancer in two months, but can it happen? ... (1 replies)
Cervical Dysplasia
Sep 22, 2010
... I have been having mild to moderate cervical dysplasia since I was 23 years old. I am now 48. How many times can a person have cervical dysplasia, have a biopsy, have it come back mild or okay, before a person can have a hysterectomy? ... (0 replies)
... of Health and Human Services for where you live. It may have a slightly different name where you're at. There is something that is called the National Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Act. This is a national program. ... (3 replies)
... de an appt. with my doctor, but it's not until next week, and in the meantime I'm looking for some answers, even if they're not accurate. I'm terrified that it's cervical cancer.. does this seem plausible? ... (0 replies)
... was diagnosed with Stage IIB Cervical Cancer. She had a LEEP Procedure and Biopsy. She went through daily radiation for 5 weeks, and at the same time once weekly chemotherpay with Cisplatin. ... (3 replies)
... growing, but that is a very small portion. The majority of cervical cancers, from what I read, progress slowly over a period of approx. 10 to 30 years. My own cervical abnormalities slowly changed over a period of approx 7 years? ... (4 replies)
... I know I'm supposed to chill out about this, but it's really freaking me out, and am really confused by HPV and the likelihood of cervical cancer. ... (4 replies)
... Although the diagnosis is not official yet she seems pretty confidant that I have cervical stenosis and after reading about it I would have to agree. ... (1 replies)
Cervical Cancer
Jul 16, 2010
... it can be caused by several things. You could also look up endometriosis which can cause a lot of pain and rectal bleeding. It takes cervical cancer so long to spread it would be a truly shocking case if thats what this turned out to be. Has she had prior paps or was this her first? ... (4 replies)
Cervical Cancer
Jul 16, 2010
... opsy. They did the biopsy yesterday and they will give her the results Monday morning. For whatever reason the doctor thinks that there's a good chance that it's cervical cancer. Her symptoms are similar to constipation, however they have been going on for almost 9 months. ... (4 replies)
Cervical Cancer
Jul 15, 2010
... I'm thinking the rectal bleeding is caused by something other than cervical cancer. I would lean toward constipation, which could also cause abdominal swelling and fatigue. ... (4 replies)
Cervical Cancer
Jul 15, 2010
... obgyn for a pap smear. She was diagnosed with HPV. The doctor said that she has some elevated levels and did a biopsy today. The doctor thinks that she may have cervical cancer. There is a history of cervical cancer on both sides of her family. She is only 19..... What do you think are the chances of it being cervical cancer? ... (4 replies)
... surgical way to sample the cells in the cervical canal. ... (12 replies)
... to the right place. It seems the next step would be a PET Scan to see if it did spread. Having the pathology reports is very very very helpful!! Did they ever do cervical biopsies? ... (12 replies)
... ysterectomy and they took my cervix too. There was no sign of cancer. Last two paps were normal. However when my uterus was sent to pathology they found invasive cervical cancer. I just can't believe it. My doctor was floored as well. ... (12 replies)


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