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I have had period cramps for like a couple months I had them before my period way after what dose this mean? Do you think its cervical cancer?

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Dr. Carolyn Quist
Gynecology
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In brief: Endometriosis

Cramping outside the actual menstrual flow is most commonly endometriosis.
It can also be interstitial cystitis or signs of an infection. Not likely to be cervical cancer without some irregular bleeding and a history of abnormal pap smears (assuming you get regular check ups).

In brief: Endometriosis

Cramping outside the actual menstrual flow is most commonly endometriosis.
It can also be interstitial cystitis or signs of an infection. Not likely to be cervical cancer without some irregular bleeding and a history of abnormal pap smears (assuming you get regular check ups).
Dr. Carolyn Quist
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Dr. Steven Ginsberg
Internal Medicine - Hematology & Oncology

In brief: Many possibilities

Cervical cancer would not be the first thing to think of, but a person with these symptoms should be evaluated by a gynecologist.

In brief: Many possibilities

Cervical cancer would not be the first thing to think of, but a person with these symptoms should be evaluated by a gynecologist.
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