a coil fitted and after an internal exam the doctor is sending her for a further test as he noticed some .... Can you please advise on what possibilities his could be as google seems to only suggested cervical ...
the time.............i took morning after pill abt a month ago..............n most importantly i am 17 yrs old............is there a chance that i am suffering frm cervicalcancer?? i dnt have multiple sexual ...
I am 25 years old with two children, when I was pregnant with my first son in 2005 I recieved a pap smear and it came back abnormal. After talking to my doctor he explained the process of a biopsy and I ...
I went to my doctor today after I had some bleeding after having sex,I m married and have an 8years ... cervicalcancer my doctor also saidi have a bulky cervix too which worried me too Plz could u tell me other ...
In November of 2012, day after Thanksgiving, I had a full on hysterectomy done due to cervicalcancer . I was told by my doctor that I couldn t have sexual intercourse for 12 weeks. Well, today would ...
I HAVE A FAMILY MEMBER WHO WAS TOLD SHE HAS CERVICAL AND UTERAN CANCER STILL WAITING FURTHER INFO BUT SHE WON T TELL US MUCH. SHE HAS LOST MAJOR WEIGHT,HER HANDS,FINGERS TO WRIST ARE GREY IN COLOUR. SHE ...
Thanks for writing in.
Yes cervicalcancer can be treated and cured in most patients who come in early stages.
Hope this helps
After a partial histo, is it needed for yearly paptmires.. Please exscuse my spelling
Welcome to healthcaremagic forum.
Papsmear test is usually done to find out early changes in uterine cervix.
Its not done to diagnose cervicalcancer.
This test aids to evaluate initial stages of pre-cervicalcancer.
I would suggest you to visit a gynecologist and get a thorough clinical evaluation done.
Cervicalcancer usually occurs in conditions like-bleeding aftersex or menopause
I was told that I had early cervicalcancer when I was 16, i was suppose to go back to the Gyn but i didnt ....I'm 24 now , what's my condition?
Thanks for sharing your concern with healthcaremagic forum.
From the details you have mentioned,its clear that you were aware of early cervicalcancer affected and you had ignored treatment.
Now,its already 8 months after the initial stage of cancer has occured.
You must visit an oncologist and get clinical evaluation as well as biopsy investigations done &TREATMENT has to be planned.tk
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