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Vulva Bleeds Cancer
I had sex with my partner but my vagina bleeds a little but not too heavy bleeding..my pee was ok.is that cervical cancer already?
Can't say: While bleeding after sex can be a symptom of cervical cancer it can also be due to many other things including infections, polyps, and precancerous cervical changes. The only way to know for sure what is causing it is with a full history, exam, and appropriate testing. Hope this helps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pain during sex and pain in vagina almost all the time on the inside and outside. I have swollen lymonodes and am bleeding. Do I have cervical cancer?
I have been bleeding from my vagina for two months straight and have some pain. I also get headaches often . Is it cervical cancer?
Had bleeding after sex few time. Pap ok. Dr say cervix and vagina look healthy. Could it still be a gynaecological cancer? ( had c section 14 wks ago)
Unlikely: If your doctor examined and found vagina and cervix to be healthy and you had a baby 14 weeks ago, it is highly unlikely that you have cancer that is causing post-coital bleeding. Try a lubricant like K-Y jelly and if the bleeding recurs, it may warrant a second evaluation by your doctor or a different doctor. ...Read more
Bleeding since january, I have pain and pressure in my abdomen, always tired and my vagina smells like rotten meat not fish. Cancer? Endometriosis?
Go see your doctor: 9 months of bleeding can make you anemic which can make you tired. Pain & pressure likely related to cause of bleeding so go see your doctor who will most likely order an ultrasound to evaluate cause. Now is not time to speculate. Just go see your doc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many possibilities: Many things can cause this. Depending on age and hormonal status, thinning skin (atrophy) is a very common, much less-worrisome, treatable condition. See a doctor...They will examine you. If necessary, a biopsy can be performed with minimal discomfort. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Supportive group etc: First of all, sorry about your suffering. It must have been hard for you. Ask you gynecologist if they have a social worker whom you can talk to.Look at the american cancer society local chapter-if they have any support group you can join to. A counselling will help especially dealing with disfigurement etc. A good pain medication will also help to go through your postop pain. Talk to your md. ...Read more
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