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Recovering from precancerous cells in cervix and uterus. Missing periods. Pregnancy chances. Yellowish vaginal discharge. Why?

I am a recovering patient of precancerous cells in the cervix and uetrus. In October i had my first pap smear after being cleared of cancer cells. Right before the surgery and after my periods were normal, but since September i havent had my period. My oncologist said to take a pregnancy test, havent done that yet, because i have no pregnancy symptoms except for not getting my period. Two days ago i started to have some yellowish whitish clots come out of my vagina, wha could this be?
Asked On : Sun, 9 Dec 2012
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what the treatment you have received is not clear from your query. very early stage cervical cancer can be cured with conization operation. As you mentioned you had cervical cancer some form of treatment definitely offered to you. yellowish clot passage from vagina may be due to local infection. consult your gynaecologist for detailed local examination. there is a chance of recurrence of every cancer so any symptom can not be dealt lightly.
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