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Early periods, reduced menstruation. Concerned if it is cervix cancer?

My 18 yr old daughter is worried as she has her period early (she is on the pill and says she normally gets them when she takes her sugar pills which is not till weekend). She describes it as she is bleeding but its not coming out! The tampon soaks it all up. She has freaked herself out thinking she has cervis cancer as she has goggled the internet. She has appointment at Drs on Wed, should she be worried
Asked On : Thu, 10 Jan 2013
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cervix cancer at this early age is very uncommon. there ere number of benign causes for irregular period. nothing to be worried at the present condition. Consult with your gynaecologist. He/she will ask about detail history regarding duration, cycle. gap between cycle, amount of blood loss then can give you some diagnosis.
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