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Implantation bleeding and cervical cancer

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if you think you have cervical cancer does the bleeding occur nonstop or just occasionally. this is after menopause . ...

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I just had a pap smear done because i bleed after sex with my husband . A year Ago i had a negative pap smear and also negative HPV High risk. Still i am scared ...

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is it cureable and the duration

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cervical cancer . How am I now suppose to prevent cervical cancer. Would it not be best to remove my cervix ... not been able to obtain any cervical fluid because I have cervical stenosis, and no biopsy of any kind ...

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i was diagnoised with stage ivb cervical cancer just with an ultrasound and ct,had a chest x ... and she says i may not have cervical cancer, there is no way to be certain unless they go in and look, she ...

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My 69 year-old mother was treated for cervical cancer about 7 years ago. She has not had any vaginal bleeding since going through the menopause at the age of 54. Last week, however, she lost a small ...

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My friend has been told she has cervical cancer but it is in the womb they have said she will have ... to make sure it is only in the one place , she has been having heavy bleeding for a year but only got her ...

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that this may be cervical cancer. Recently I had some bleeding after sex (which wasnt my period) and I have ...

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.2. i consulted my doctors every one told it s because of weakness. is it true? will it lead to cervical cancer? plz answer my problem ...

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Dear Dr. Manjunath, My mom was diagnosed with cervical cancer stage IIA in 2005. She underwent radiation and has been in remission since then. She has just started bleeding and is waiting for the pap ...

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i was diagnosed with cervical cancer with lvsi, i had surgery and lymph nodes removed the lymph ... bleeding and rectum bleeding what does that mean and what do ido ...

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i am 23 years old i was diagnoised with cerviacl cancer at 16 can i recommend a hysterctomy to my ... bleeding every cycle i have. Just in general its taking over my life and daily functions. ...

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and have yet to see a doctor. I have every single sign of cervical cancer. I have only had 2 small bowel movements in 2 weeks and am bloated badly. The last 2 months I ve been bleeding lightly almost everyday ...

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is if it is not removed will it lead to cervical cancer. please suggest. vimala ... iam 40years old with 2 children.had heavy bleeding with severe pain for the past 6 years i have ...

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worries over the test result: that I already have advanced and uncurable cervical cancer. Can someone tell ...-24, 2 from 26-now) and donĀ“t smoke. I have had no problems with abnormal bleedings or discharge. ...

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doctor1 MD

Hi, Thanks for writing in. Yes cervical cancer can be treated and cured in most patients who come in early stages. Hope this helps

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Hello, thanks for your post. The question that you posted can't be answered by a medical doctor in its current form with no good details. Please try and give us duration of the symptoms, what improves and what worsens them. This will help us give you a useful answer.

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Hello. Thanks for writing to us. Pelvic inflammation itself is not responsible for cervical cancer. Certain vaginal and cervical infections can predispose you to cancer. I hope this information has been both informative and helpful for you. Regards, Dr. Praveen Tayal . For future query, you can directly approach me through my profile URL http://bit.ly/Dr-Praveen-Tayal drtayal72@gmail.com