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... I had polyps and fibroyds on my cervices the first time removed I had a very simple surgey and up and around the next day with a little cramping...About 4yrs later I had started to bleed.. ... (4 replies)
... C and hysteriscope. They removed a large polyp, the beginning of several small possible polyps on my cervix, and the uterine lining. The pathology report came back benign. ... (0 replies)
Need answers
Nov 3, 2009
... hortness of breath, lightheadedness. Ive had ultrasounds, sonograms, hysteroscopy and endometrial bipopsy. My pap came back normal with endometial cells present on cervix, with no other explanation. ... (2 replies)

... around the late diagnosis. That was the tough one. I wanted to sue the dr. because he just wasn't thorough enough. Letting me go for so long before operating on me. I decided after all to just get on with living, I had come very close to giving up, very close. I was so down that I didn't care if I ate. ... (16 replies)
... but that was it. No tub baths or intercourse for 2 weeks because the cervix is dilated and it has to close up again. ... (7 replies)
... Thanks Mandy. I went to the other Dr. yesterday. She said that she's questioning the pathology reports. She seems to think that they are missing something. One of the reports said that there was no ectocervical(outside of the cervix) particles to evaluate. As for the bleeding, she said it could be a number of things. Polyps, infection, not having a period one month and there's... (8 replies)
... art and they are not bad at all. Both times I had general anesthesia and the procedure takes about 20 minutes. It's a "Dilation and Cutterage". Basically your cervix gets dilated and your uterus "cleaned out". ... (21 replies)
I'm scared
May 27, 2006
... I have a question about polyps. I was just diagnosed with one on my cervix. My pap was VERY painful. I cant remember the names she used to remove it but it was "something nitrate? ... (3 replies)
... ncer. I do know that the two cancers are related. I know that I have a higher risk of colorectal cancer and have colonoscopies every couple of years. I' have had polyps removed at each colonoscopy. All polyps have been benign and of the kind that never turn malignant. ... (3 replies)


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