I am 25 years old with two children, when I was pregnant with my first son in 2005 I recieved a pap smear and it came back abnormal. After talking to my doctor he explained the process of a biopsy and I went through with it, but was terrified of...
the disentagration of the L5 My sister was diagnosed with cervicalcancer early last year, she has ... by the radiation or chemo, the cancer has spread to the bones. What is the chance that it is from the radiation ...
My friend has terminal cervicalcancer . She was admitted to hospital with bleeding through the urinary trac. She was told today the cancer is causing the bleeding after a cystoscope. She s been told ...
what test can be done to check for cervicalcancer metastis to the brain Stage 4b cervicalcancer. Difficulty ambulating anc balence is off. Nothing showed up on PET - CT SCAN in the cranial area. what could ...
I have a multitude of problems and no health insurance. I have Arthritis , Fibomyalgia, Deppression, Anxiety , they believe my CervicalCancer is back, IBS, my smell is almost gone, so is my taste, my eyes ...
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Yes cervicalcancer can be treated and cured in most patients who come in early stages.
Hope this helps
Can you die from genital warts? And if you get cervicalcancer from it, can it be cured?
One does not die from genital warts.
if diagnosed early enough, cervicalcancer is curable.
I was told that I had early cervicalcancer when I was 16, i was suppose to go back to the Gyn but i didnt ....I'm 24 now , what's my condition?
Thanks for sharing your concern with healthcaremagic forum.
From the details you have mentioned,its clear that you were aware of early cervicalcancer affected and you had ignored treatment.
Now,its already 8 months after the initial stage of cancer has occured.
You must visit an oncologist and get clinical evaluation as well as biopsy investigations done &TREATMENT has to be planned.tk
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