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Forum Name: Cervical Cancer
Question: cervical cancer
|karbear40 - Mon Sep 10, 2007 2:06 am|
Hello, i'm 40 yrs old. I just had a pap smears which came out adnormal. I have to have a biopsy in a couple of weeks. I've been spotting between my periods, which my periods are alot heavier now, also been bleeding a little after sex. My question is do i have cervical cancer and what stage do you think it's in? I just want a straight up honest answer. Please tell me something......
|Dr. Chan Lowe - Mon Sep 10, 2007 6:44 pm|
At this point the most we can say from this information is it is possible. I cannot tell you you do or do not have cervical cancer.
The biopsy will be needed to answer this question.
Sorry I can't be of more help at this point.
|yanet0583 - Wed Dec 23, 2009 1:11 am|
hi I need your help my god mother has been diagnose Cervical Cancer, she has a big tumor and the doctors are going to give her chemotherapy but because she live in Cuba there are no medications to give her for pain or vomiting, so I need to know what kind of analgesic, antibiotic, antiemetic she need to take so that I can buy it here and send it to her. Also she needs a gel for dryness or bern feeling.
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