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... I am 10 weeks pregnant and had a colposcopy and cervical biopsy done two days ago for an abnormal pap. I've had a yellowish discharge for the last two days, but minimal. Today when I wiped, I noticed a smudge of pink mixed with discharge and now when I wipe it looks brownish. ... (12 replies)
... it turns to a grey or black color, and chunky. I've read some women describe it as looking like coffee grounds. I had some, but not a lot. The discharge should only last a few days. ... (12 replies)
... I had no discharge to speak of and no pain. ... (12 replies)

... After my colposcopy I dealt with the discharge for about 5 days. It's kinda gross and a pain to deal with but normal. I even had some bleeding for a couple of the days. ... (12 replies)
... It is from the liquid that they use to cauterize with. Sometimes it even comes out in chunks. Its gross but normal. You'll probably have a mucus next that is a little darker. Its all normal, dont worry! (12 replies)
... The Monsel's solution is used after procedures like the biopsy. I think it is iodine and something else. When it mixes with blood it looks like coffee grinds when it comes out. ... (4 replies)
... Two weeks ago I was diagnosed with cervical adenocarcinoma after an abnormal pap and then biopsy. Last week I had a LEEP. The oncologist cut out a large area. ... (1 replies)
... today. I noticed it felt somewhat different. Some parts smooth again, but most still rough. I was able to remove more long strips which I could actually grab with my finger and thumb, and just lumps as well. There was a reddish discharge and a bit of the coffee ground substance as well. ... (11 replies)
... I wonder if it has to do with how many biopsies they take? ... (11 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)
... I am 34, a mother of 6 children. I used to smoke, quit in February 2012. Heres my history. Normal paps all my life until 2010 during my last pregnancy. Diagnosed with HPV. ... (12 replies)
... I even know one who I think would be really good with this, but I'm finding it very hard to pick up the phone and ask. Very few of my friends know the backstory, it's always been too hard to share... ... (12 replies)
... I'm sorry you are having to deal with this, but I am glad you have found us! ... (12 replies)
... You'd think doctors offices would be more careful with getting their facts straight! ... (12 replies)
... I do know that cervical cancer can show signs of heavy, irregular periods..which has been occurring and odored discharge along with lower back pain and abdominal pain. That is why mixed with my positive high risk HPV and my abnormal pap smear.. ... (3 replies)
... I am 44 and was diagnosed with high risk HPV in January. I've always had good paps. My doctor sent me to a gynecologist for a colposcopy and possible biopsy, with a possible ECC. The colposcopy looked great, she didn't need to take any biopsies. Because of my age and positive hrHPV, she did the ECC. ... (3 replies)
... rmal, but I was positive for high risk HPV. My husband and I went to the doctor's office to ask a mountain of questions. A week later, I was back in her office with even more questions. ... (10 replies)
... I just posted this on the women's health board, but after reading some posts here, thought I'd add it with a few edits on this board as well... ... (4 replies)
Having a hard time
Jan 27, 2008
... Hey everybody. I am new to Healthboards. I am 24 and single with no children. Last May I had my first abnormal pap. They did a biopsy then a LEEP, the results of the LEEP came back as cancer. They said they had gotten all of the cancer by doing the LEEP. ... (2 replies)
... octor will insert a speculum and will shine a bright light into your vagina. He will examine your cervix through an external colposcope. He'll swab your cervix with vinegar, which causes any abnormal cellular areas to turn white. If he sees any abnormal areas, he will biopsy them. ... (2 replies)

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