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... or confirmed cervical cancer. I am probably worrying for nothing, but I am unable to stop. All of these results came in a very short period of time. ... (8 replies)
... Hi I am needing to know if you have had cervical cancer in the past does it put u at risk for ovarian cancer? ... (1 replies)
... Cervical Cancer can not always be prevented. You can do things to help, however cervical cancer is not "always" caused by HPV. There can be other factors, birth control pills, smoking, and genetics. ... (3 replies)

... Abnormal vaginal bleeding can be associated with cervical cancer. If you have abnormal bleeding you definitely want to see your gynecologist to find out what is causing it. ... (1 replies)
... no lesions, and no cervical motion tenderness. ... (9 replies)
... ay to feel scared and confused and all the emotions you are feeling right now. But, take a breath and transfer all that energy into a search for knowledge about cervical dysplasia and cervical cancer. You have taken the first step by posting on this board. ... (18 replies)
... Please also bear in mind that cervical cancer can be treated and cured, and typically is one of the less agressive cancers out there. ... (15 replies)
... is curable. My doc told me that if a woman gets her yearly paps and any other requirede treatments and doesn't wait, she simply cannot die from cervical cancer as it is that treatable. ... (26 replies)
... Could someone offer some guidance or information on if male partners of women with cervical dysplasia are not supposed to smoke? ... (7 replies)
... s possible cause and effect relationship with other types of cancer, specifically cervical cancer, breast cancer and liver cancer, are not so easy to understand. ... (0 replies)
... not have had dysplasia at all, saying "cervical inflammation can look a lot like dysplasia under a microscope." After doing a little research, I discovered that cervical inflammation can be caused by a bacterial vaginal infection, which I had at the time of my pap smear. ... (9 replies)
... HurriedH I did a google.com search for intravaginal chemotherapy and got back dozens of hits i.e. "Chemotherapy uses drugs, which travel through the bloodstream. Although it can be given orally, most drugs used are given intravenously (IV). When treating early stage vaginal cancer, the drugs may be put directly into the vagina (intravaginal chemotherapy). However,... (4 replies)
... I too went through cervical dysplasia 2 years ago and went through alot of agony for about 8 months. ... (12 replies)
... it frustrating to share this information with you all. I recently came across a website that suggests that the birth control pill may have something to do with cervical cancer, as well as abnormal paps. I personally think this is definitely the case in some women, myself included. ... (0 replies)
... h Dr sent me for colocopy it came back hsil so the June 22,2016 I had leep procedure. On July 6 I received a call from my Dr that the results were invasive cervical cancer . So now I wait to see cancer Dr my app is August 18 unanswered questions and no other test booked. Confused how they will know if it has spread. ... (1 replies)
Cervical biopsy
Apr 25, 2015
... You did not go into your history of paps and cervical treatments. If you have kept up with screening and have not had ongoing problems then chances are good that these abnormal cells are treatable. ... (3 replies)
... Your CT scan would be unlikely to pick up cervical cancer unless it was very advanced. ... (2 replies)
... I have been having some concerning symptoms of possible cervical cancer. ... (2 replies)
... I'm so sorry to hear what a hard time you've been having. It is possible to have cervical cancer that is not obvious visually, but there are certainly other possible reasons for cervical bleeding. ... (1 replies)
... and would be extremely rare in a 17 YO. They don't even start doing pap smears now until age 21 because cervical cancer takes many years to develop. ... (4 replies)


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