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I have a very sharp pain on my left side above my hip when walking and breathtaking I have been in remission 18 months for cervical cancer?
Why do I have right side pain under rib i've had cervical cancer in remission right now.I've seen a gastroligist, did a upper and lower gi.I've had a CT scans and sonograms
What does smoking have to do with the HPV virus and why does it make chances higher in getting cervical cancer?
Smoking, HPV: There are many carcinogenecis found and are related to cigarette smoking. This is factual. Smoking will increase risk for certain cancers inluding lung, head and neck, kidney, breast etc and including cervical cancer. Hpv infections are related to increased risk for certain cancers including oral cancer, anal and cervical cancers. If you smoke and have hpv your risk for cancer will be way higher. ...Read more
History chlamydia cervix inflammed (cured) got herpes also.2 years later your preg you did a abortion.am i at higher risk of getting cervical cancer?
Cervical cancer risk: Risk factors for cervical cancer are related to HPV infection, which increases as the number of sexual partners increases, and also probably with age at first sexual activity. Smoking may also contribute. The history you give suggests that you or your partner(s) are likely to also have HPV. Best prevention after behavior change is regular Pap screen and HPV testing. ...Read more
Stages I - IV.: Stage i cervical cancer is when the tumor is confined within the uterus. Stage ii is when the cancer invades beyond the uterus, but not yet to the pelvic wall or the lower third of the vagina. Stage iii is when the tumor spreads to the wall of the pelvis or lower third of the vagina, or causes kidney problems. Stage IV is when the cancer invades the bladder, rectum, or extends outside the pelvis. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
A 30-year-old family friend was just diagnosed with stage IV cervical cancer that has also spread to her bladder. Is chemotherapy worthwhile?
Yes: Most cervical cancers are caused by exposure to the hpv virus which can occur even with out classic vaginal intercourse. Additionally there are some other risk factors for non hpv related cervical cancer. You can get genital exposure to hpv through oral or even penile contact without penetration, so strictly speaking you can be a virginia and be at risk. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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