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... Why are these cervical changes evolving into cancer? ... (1 replies)
... spotting after sex, increased discharge, mild crampiness. Terrified about cervical cancer, avoided having sex because I didn't want to bleed. ... (10 replies)
... and invasive cervical cancer. You can search any reputable information site and find the same information. ... (9 replies)

... that it was uncertain of what was cause, and what was contributing factor for cervical cancer. ... (34 replies)
... Cervical cancer would not be something you'd be able to feel or see with the naked eye until the end stages... and cervical cancer generally takes a very long time to develop, going through a number of precancerous stages first. ... (4 replies)
... A PAP should effectively rule out cervical cancer or dysplasia. If you have a normal PAP result and you're still not satisfied that you don't have cervical cancer, request a colposcopy or biopsy. ... (4 replies)
... are considered to cause the majority of cervical cancers. ... (34 replies)
... brought about by your infection will heal without EVER becoming cancer. Fact is, the correlation between HPV and cervical cancer is still a fairly new one. ... (34 replies)
... I have not ever heard of it being described in 10 or 11 stages...I'm not a doctor, but I have done LOADS of reading on cervical cancer. ... (9 replies)
... anyway, my med records show my former obgyn found cervical lesions in 2008, high risk hpv diagnosed in 2010, now have ovarian masses and so many other abdominal stuff. ... (3 replies)
... Hey Jennifer. Sorry you are going through this, but you definitely have come to the right place! The ladies on this board are cervical issues experts!!! ... (14 replies)
... sensitivity to minor cervical changes which can very well clear up on its own. ... (34 replies)
... y be too late anyway. The doctors may or may not stage the case correctly. It often seems to be the case. Yes, there tends to be a higher number of women getting cervical cancer today. ... (22 replies)
Cervical cancer
Dec 7, 2005
... Most cases of cervical cancer are caused by the hpv virus. ... (2 replies)
... Hi I wanted to ask a question about cervical cancer. I'm 28 and have never had a pap smear. I honestly didn't think screening for cervical cancer was as important as the internet makes it sound. I'm religious and have only had sex with one guy a few times while we were dating when I was 25. ... (1 replies)
... that during this drawn out time of no treatment that this all developed into cervical cancer. ... (0 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)
... 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)
... of the cervical lining. ... (19 replies)
... Hi there, I know how scary it can be when you first receive an abnormal smear and given that you lost two members of your family to cervical cancer it is even more understandable to be concerned. However you should know that cervical cancer is not genetic or hereditary. ... (13 replies)


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