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Vaginal itching, white discharge, mild pain during intercourse. Swab test negative. Cervical cancer?

Hi around easter i became very itchy with constant creamy white non odour discharge had swab tests done repeated twice clear both times. The itchyness stopped a while ago now but the discharge hasnt its still 24/7. I also get mild pain on intercourse now aswell. A routine smear test at easter came back you think i may have cervical cancer im worried sick
Asked On : Tue, 16 Oct 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2012
Hi, Welcome to HCM.
Firstly the itching sensation and pain during intercourse, indicates a vaginal candidiasis. Try some antifungal vaginal cream, alongwith metronidazole for 3 weeks.
In reporting a pap smear borderline can not be said. It must be categorization like LSIL,HSIL, etc.
So, do a pap test / cervical biopsy from a referral institute. Measure should be taken accordingly. If any chance of malignancy seen, abdominal hysterectomy should be carried out.
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