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Dr. Barry Rosen
4,224 doctors shared insights

Cancer (Definition)

Cancer is a group of diseases that is characterized by uncontrolled cell growth leading to invasion of surrounding tissues that spread to other parts of the body. Cancer can begin anywhere in the body and is usually related to one or more genetic mutations that allow normal cells to become malignant by interfering with internal cellular control mechanisms, such as programmed cell death or by preventing ...Read more


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I missed my cervical cancer shot. What do I do?

I missed my cervical cancer shot. What do I do?

Make new appointment: You can still just finish the series - you don't have to start over. Just make an appointment for the next dose, and the doctor will adjsut timing of any additional doses that you have left based on when you get the other doses. No big deal - happens all the time. Just urge you to finish up and be fully protected. ...Read more

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Had cin2 cervical cancer surgery two weeks ago, had no leaking fluids, had my period last week, I've got brownish liquid all the time. Is this normal?

Had  cin2 cervical cancer surgery two weeks ago, had no leaking fluids, had my period last week, I've got brownish liquid all the time. Is this normal?

Please call your gyn: #1 u did not have cervical cancer- you had cervical pre-cancer cin-2 #2 your gyn should have told you what to expect post-op and if you are worried please call your gyn, your gyn should have explained that you will get a discharge post op and can last 2-4 weeks but if you were my pt i would check you in the office to make sure no problems, depends how profuse and odorous discharge is. ...Read more

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Can you bleed between periods for years with cervical cancer?

Can you bleed between periods for years  with cervical cancer?

Yes: If you already have a diagnosis of cervical cancer and are bleeding between periods then you need to be evaluated by your gynecologist. If you think you might have cervical cancer because you are bleeding between periods then you need to be evaluated as well. There are plenty of other causes of vaginal bleeding, but it makes sense to be examined! ...Read more

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Will having cervical cancer just stop your period ?

Will having cervical cancer just stop your period ?

No: It will not affect your periods. And untreated, it will kill you. Please forgive my frankness. I think you knew this but i'm not 100% that i understood your question. In the old days before pap smears, 30000 women died of this every year just in the usa. ...Read more

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Is having more than one period a month a sign of cervical cancer?

Is having more than one period a month a sign of cervical cancer?

Need to see your MD: Cervical cancer in curable stages will not have any symptoms, that is the reason regular exam with pap smear is very important for cure, having bleeding in between my due to other causes like fbroids. ...Read more

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Can you still have a normal 28 day period cycle if you have cervical cancer?

Can you still have a normal 28 day period cycle if you have cervical cancer?

Absolutely: Early stage cervical cancer usually does not produce bleeding from the cervix which will be noted by inter-menstrual spotting, because the period bleeding comes from inside the uterus and lining of the womb.(endometrium). ...Read more

Menstrual Cycle (Definition)

The menstrual cycle begins with the shedding of the uterine lining, resulting in bleeding from the vagina. A few weeks later, one ovary releases an egg and the uterine lining thickens in preparation for a potential pregnancy. Pregnancy can occur at this stage if sperm fertilizes the egg. If the egg is not fertilized, the egg will leave your body and ...Read more


Dr. Gurmukh Singh
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Cervical Cancer (Definition)

Cervical cancer is an uncontrolled proliferation of cells of the cervical tissue (mucosal lining cells or stroma) due to certain mutations. High risk HPV viruses ...Read more