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... While a vast majority of the cervical cancers are caused by HPV, just because you have high risk HPV doesn't mean you will develop cervical cancer. ... (7 replies)
... I think cervical cancer in very young women are much lower than those of older women from what I have read. ... (2 replies)
Cervical cancer
Jan 14, 2009
... It's not "any woman who has been exposed to the hpv virus" who is at high risk of cervical cancer. ... (8 replies)

... If you had a biopsy that you most certainly should be able to find out what stage your cervical dysplasia is at! I was not offered laser and I've read some negative things about it actually and that it is rarely used. ... (16 replies)
... Then they learned that women were taking way too high doses of it and they lessened it. Turns out even now, in this day and age they are saying it can cause cervical cancer if you take it for more then 5 years. ... (10 replies)
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... I would figure hormones are the last thing a woman would want to take after a hysterectomy for cervical cancer. ... (10 replies)
... ve been doing endless internet research on many things related to the cervix and abnormalities. However, most information out there associates High Risk HPV to cervical changes, precancerous and cancerous conditions. But what about those of us that have tested multiple times and have been negative for high risk HPV? ... (5 replies)
... Yes, it is possible for your friend to have cervical cancer, though it is rare in one so young. And if she does have cancer, it would cause pain with intercourse. ... (7 replies)
... I am new on the cervical cancer board and wanted to ask some questions. ... (1 replies)
... You are right about cervical cancer. It is more common in younger women than in older ones but fortunately, it can be caught very early and it progresses quite slowly. ... (3 replies)
... I am confused. He is scheduling me for a colopscopy and a biopsy. Those words themselves freaked me out. Then he went on to saying they arent diagnosing me with cervical cancer yet and that worst case is cervical cancer. And something about being low grade. I am soo confused ! Could I really have cervical cancer? ... (9 replies)
Cervical Cancer
Aug 19, 2007
... two years ago i was diag. with cervical cancer and the obgyn advised me they could freeze the cancer. ... (3 replies)
... a great chance for survival, we just have to keep her spirits up. After I started posting, I realize that you have cervical, not uteran, but we thought she had cervical for the first month after diagnosis and I researched both, and even though I know they are completely different, they seemed to be similar. ... (15 replies)
... are considered to cause the majority of cervical cancers. ... (34 replies)
... The Pap smear is a screening procedure. It is used to detect cervical abnormalities in women who do not have any symptoms. It is not a diagnostic test. ... (34 replies)
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... Yes, a diagnosis of cervical adenocarcnoma is scary, especially because it's the more rare of the cervical cancers and finding good info on it can be really tough. ... (80 replies)
... anyway, i am reading about treatments for cysts that do not involve hysterectomies, and treatments for cervical cancer that do not involve total removal of the cervix. there are way too many web pages out there and i am getting brain overload. ... (0 replies)
... I was diagnosed with cervical dysplasia and my gynocologist treated me with a laser and had me come back to 2 weeks for another laser treatment. ... (5 replies)




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