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Forum Name: Fertility

Question: Possible Cerival Cancer

 PrettynPunk - Wed Feb 01, 2006 11:32 pm

Hi Im 20 years old and about 5 months ago I went to the doctors office because my period had been very late and i thought i migh have been pregnant but I wanst. They couldnt figure out why my period was so late so they had me get a pap test and it came back irregular.
Then i went back a few weeks later and I had this other kind of pap test, where they used a camera to see more closely and they found these white bloches around my cervix opening. And they said it might be cervical cancer but since it wasnt all that bad that i should wait another 6 months to see if its gets worse.
My question to you is if its possible cervical cancer can i still conceive? are there certain medications i can take in order to concivev before it might turn into cervical cancer?
 PrettynPunk - Wed Feb 01, 2006 11:36 pm

Thats suppose to be Possible Cervical Cancer. my bad

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