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Pelvic Disease Associated Cervical Cancer
Only in an: Indirect way. Pid is usually a clinical diagnosis of suspected painful infection in the parametrial (ovary/tubes) treated with antibiotics, presumed association with std equivalents. Cervix cancer is associated with multiple sexual partners, exposure and infection with a viral group called hpv's. Common link to both is sex, perhaps indiscriminate, multiple partners without safe sex. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
I haver cervical cancer on dads side of family, no pain during sex but slight bleeding during sex and constant achy pelvic pain could I have it?
See a gynacologist : You may have pelvic inflammatory disease , may be the cause of your pain , you are 17 at this age you still can be vaccinated with quadrivalent ( Gardasil ) covering types 16, 18 , 6 and 11. Take care of yourself , and don't worry about cervical cancer foe next few decades.. ...Read more
Had total hyst 10/11 stage 2 cervical cancer found. Pelvic lymph nds remved 12/11; clear since.Dont feel well yet.Tired/ache/pain. Lymphedema mild too?
S/P Cervical CA Surg: Being that you are newly 18 months out from your surgery, the fatigue and pain is worrisome. Lymph edema may persist for many months or never completely go away. What was the status of the lymph nodes? All negative for cancer? I would follow up with your gynecologist and tratment team - you shouldn't be this tired and achy this far out. ...Read more
My dad has a gene marker for cervical cancer, I've had an IUD in past and and I've had constant pelvic pain worse when i cough for a yearcould I have it?
I am being taken for my cervical cancer vaccination...I am not a virgin...Will i go through a pelvic exam...?..As the doctor is a family doctor?
No exam needed.: The american society for cervical pathology (the people who make the rules about pap smears) don't recommend these exams until age 21; whether you're a virgin or not doesn't matter. So if an exam is what's making you anxious about getting the vaccine, don't worry; get the vaccine. Seriously. It prevents cancer. Totally worth it. You can always refuse an exam. It's your body, your rules. ...Read more
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