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Having lime green discharge, chronic headache, stomach burning, vaginal itching. Symptoms of cervical cancer or an infection?

Ive Ben having lime green discharge everyday when I pee , chronic headache , stomache burning above belly button area , dirreaha , dry heaving , scratchy throat waking up, slight itching inside the vaginal area, I have hpv which I m well aware , and a low immune system due to psyorasis ,I m on the patch for birth control ... Also recently I was told I had abnormal cell in my cervix I have an scope apointment next month but all I Ben feeling I wanna get an apointment sooner But they tell me cervix cancer takes a long time to do damage and there earliest is next move are these statins something else or related Internet says yellow/green /lime green is associated with infection
Asked On : Fri, 2 Nov 2012
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Hi Kelizabethy
I dont think most of the symptoms that you are experiencing is because of cancer of the cervix. Most common symptom of cancer cervix is bleeding from the vagina. But they can also present with vaginal discharge. The most common cause for vaginal discharge would be infection especially in a person like you who has low immune system. All other symptoms that you have mentioned is not associated with cancer of cervix.
As you have an abnormal cell in the cervix and also as you are HPV positive you need to have a regular check up with your gynecologist. Dont worry, conversion from an abnormal cell to a cancerous cell does not happen fast and hence you need not worry that your appointment is only next month. Dont fail to keep with your check up
Dr Edison
Answered: Wed, 7 Nov 2012
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