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Cone Biopsy. Irregular bleeding, stabbing pain, frequent. What is going on?

Hi, please can you help me. I had a cone biopsy in 2006 because I had cin3, I've been on yearly smears since then, January this year my smear came back inconclusive. For a while now I've been getting sharp stabbing pains on my left side low down they move to the other side but mostly left, they come & go but after my smear in January there quite frequent & keep me awake sometimes. A bit of irregular bleeding to, but only slight. I went for a repeat smear last week & my pain has returned, the past few months its been very frequent & making me worry. Sat. Here now with a hot water bottle on my tummy.

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Asked On : Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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As you have mentioned you had CIN 3 6-7 years back its good that you are getting your yearly smears done. But as you are having these symptoms you should go for USG Abdomen and if reqd for local biopsy to rule out Any cervical neoplasm/Cancer.If all these reports are ok pain may be due to other reasons such as urine infection or kidney stone .
Answered: Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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