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... From being normal to possibly be at Stage 0 of Cervical Cancer? ... (7 replies)
Cervical Cancer
Dec 15, 2003
... Technically, a doctor really can't determine whether or not you have cervical cancer just because a pap came back inconclusive. How does he know it has traveled up into her uterus? ... (13 replies)
... Sorry you're stressing about this! Rest assured though, as Erie said, that it's unlikely to be cervical cancer. ... (3 replies)

... I had a cervical biopsy done two months ago, it showed stage 0 cervical cancer. ... (0 replies)
... Hi! 8 years ago I had a LEEP done to remove CIN IV from my cervix. For the last 2 years I have had cervical bleeding and irregular clotty periods. I don't have insurance so I had to use one of our local charity hospitals. ... (0 replies)
... I too had cervical cancer, diagnosed at 36. It was so scarey to hear the word cancer, but my oncologist said if you could pick your cancer, cervical is the one to choose. Just because you have had cervical doesn't put you at a higher risk for other cancers. Did you have a radical hysterectomy? ... (3 replies)
... old virgin, to have cervical cancer. ... (5 replies)
Cervical Cancer?
Feb 7, 2011
... Could be cervical cancer. ... (13 replies)
... there are different types of cervical cancer. ... (10 replies)
... I've been reading about them and you're right... they are just a nuisance... which I can totally deal with. Thank you again! (10 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)
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)
... of cervical cancers. ... (8 replies)
... If you had squamous carcinoma, that is usually caused by hpv16. Without the cervical tissue to attack, there is a chance that persistent hpv infection could then attack the vaginal or vulvar tissue, but this is rather rare. ... (2 replies)
... cell vaginal cancer not cervical cancer. ... (14 replies)
... I often read it on websites about cervical cancer. Not only is it not true, but it paints a very incomplete picture of the situation. ... (11 replies)
... YES, oestrogen DOES cause cancer. That's because they do not give human oestrogen. It's from HORSE URINE, and about 200 times as strong as human hormones. Never meant to be inside any woman. A good herbalist would have treated you naturally and with no side effects. No cancer, either. (14 replies)
... I have no idea whether the estrogen can cause, cervical cancer but if I were to guess, I'd say yours was not caused by estrogen. I say this because cervical cancer is usally quite slow moving . . . so you probably have had this issue going on for more than a year. Maybe the estrogen helped speed things up? ... (14 replies)
... up LEEP was performed and showed that I had cervical cancer! I needed a total hysterectomy. ... (14 replies)
... dyslasias will not progress into cancer at all and the body is able to clear the dysplasia on it's own. Most research indicates it will take 10 years for cervical cancer to develop, although there are cases that have progressed much quicker than this. ... (6 replies)

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