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Had missed abortion. Pain in groin, hypothyroidism, chest pain, cervical erosion. Help?

hello dr iam kala,32yrs, i had missed abortion before 10 months and from that i feel some inconvenient such as pain in groin , and hypothyroid . now for past 3 months i had post coital bleeding only immedietly after periods, not in between cycles and now this month i have chset pain.i went to a dr , she examined me and said i have cervical erosion.she gave me vaginal suppository for 6 days and afterthen come for papsmear . iam worried a lot about my health i couldnt concentrate in any work pls, give me helpfull suggestion.
Asked On : Fri, 15 Mar 2013
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you have cervical erosion/inflammation, hence suupository is needed, which your gynaecologist has adviced..
its better to take pap smear to take after this course of antibiotics, or else it will come as inflammatory smear, which is inconclusive..
please go through this procedure, which is very important at this age..
all the very best..
Answered: Fri, 2 Aug 2013
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