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Lesions, cin iii, discharge, postcoital bleeding,abdomen,pap test, urgent biopsy, coloposcopy. Cervical cancer?

Hi on my pap test it was found tgat i have severe high grade lesions and cin iii. Along with this i have discharge . Postcoital bleeding and abdomen for over a year - this was initially why i went to the dr. I have had a child and been with my husband 10 years . 25 have an urgent biopsy and coloposcopy tomorrow. Is it highly likely this is cervical cancer.
Asked On : Fri, 11 Oct 2013
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welcome to HCM!
Post coital bleeding can be due to CIN itself or it can be due to infection or Cervical or endometrial polyps.As about cervical cancer,PCB occurs in 0.7-39% of women with cervical cancer. The risk of a woman seen in the community with PCB having cervical cancer is approximately 1in 44000 in 20-24 year olds and 1 in 2,400 in 45-54 year olds.
So go for the colposcopy and biopsy with a relaxed mind and wait for the results.
hope this will help.take care!
Answered: Fri, 11 Oct 2013
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