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Pelvic pain, feels weak. Cervical cancer?

Hello Doctor..............I am suffering pelvic pain since a week..............i feel weak all the time.............i took morning after pill abt a month ago..............n most importantly i am 17 yrs there a chance that i am suffering frm cervical cancer?? i dnt have multiple sexual partners........n my partner is nt suffering frm any sort of infection............pls help...........!!!
Asked On : Thu, 22 Mar 2012
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multiple sexual part is one of the risk factor for cervical cancer particularly when sexual activity started at earlier age as in your case. general symptoms of the cervical cancer is inter-menstrual bleeding per vagina(bleeding in between cycle of menses), post-coital bleeding( bledding immediately after sex not related verginity) discharge from vagina, pelvic pain, back ache. so in your case you should consult gynecologist and get your pelvic examination(PV/PS) Done to rule out cancer cervix. the fundamental thing now a days is HPV Virus as etiology of cervical cancer which is sexually transmitted disease from male to female.
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