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03/30/2008 02:18 AM

Vaginal bleeding & Cervical Cancer

darrert
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I'm totally shaken by this.

i've had vaginal bleeding over the last couple of weeks. i didn't pay much attention over it and kinda prefered to ignore it all together.

i've talked to a gal i know in a party last night and she said vaginal bleeding can be caused because of Cervical Cancer. i also have pain during sex ;-(

i think i'll make a doc appointment on Monday.

any advice? any good doctor in Boston?

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03/31/2008 11:19 PM
jaime777
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Hi darrert,

welcome to the group.

how did the appointment go?

did you do the pap?


04/02/2008 11:41 PM
sclady
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PLEASE TAKE THIS SERIOUS AND GET YOUR SELF SOME HELP MY 26 YR OLD DAUGHTER HAD THE SAME SYMPTOMS AND IT TURNED OUT TO BE TYPE 2B CERVICAL CANCER .THIS HAS BEEN A NIGHTMARE FOR ME [img] TAKE CARE OF YOUR SELF MY THOUGHTS ARE WITH YOU

Post edited by: sclady, at: 04/03/2008 01:42


04/03/2008 09:42 AM
Lorilocks
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Get into a GYN ASAP, I hope you already have. NEVER ignore any changes in your body!! There are SO many things that are TOTALLY preventable IF caught early. If you ignore things it will only get worse and possibly beyond what medical technology can do for you. Do what the doc says, keep us posted. Educate yourself.

hugs,

Lori, 40, in California

1990-1997 HPV, LEEP, 5FU

June 1997 Hysterectomy~Endometrial and Cervical Cancer

Dec 1998 Lumbar surgery

Aug 2001 Lumbar surgery

Feb 2008 Vulvar lesions excised,Vaginal biopsies performed.

March 2008 VIN3

May your Joy be Pure Joy,

and all your Pain, Champagne...


04/04/2008 07:55 AM
AmysFund
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I can understand the mentality of "out of sight out of mind" or of ingnoring something and pretending it doesn't exist...we all do that at somepoint. But PLEASE make sure you schedule an appt. There's only one of you and you can't be replaced in the hearts of friends and family. Might sound a bit dramatic, but it's true. The quicker you get evaluated, the quicker you can get better!

04/06/2008 12:39 PM
jaime777
jaime777Posts: 7
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darrert - how are you??

please update!


05/07/2008 03:42 AM
darrert
Posts: 5
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I'm fine. fighting ;-(
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