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Abdominal pain, stomach bloating, pain in genitals, hip area, frequent urination. Cervical cancer?

hi i have missed my sear test by about 4 months now and i am now to scared to rebook , i have been suffering from some low left abdomal pain and during sex also constant need to go to toilet for a wee my stomach is bloated like im about 7 months pregnant and i have been getting aching in y groin and hip area , do you think this could be cervical cancer ???
Asked On : Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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Did your previous smear test showed any signs of cancer in cervix? Otherwise, there is no need to worry so much as your symptoms suggest inflammation of bladder and urethra and can be due to urinary or genitourinary infection (rather than cancer). Please do not be alarmed. Bloating of abdomen is most likely due to common causes like gaseous distension from infections, indigestion, constipation and hormonal changes. Please get your urine examined for infection along with routine gynecological testing and smear.

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