Do you have a blood test, pap or biopsy test for cervical cancer?

Pap, biopsy and HPV. Cervial cancer screening depends on pap smears and hpv testing. If there are abnormal findings, a biopsy and examination by a pathologist are needed.

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Is it possible to find cervical cancer through a blood test?

Mostly no. There are no reliable blood markers for cervical cancer. The tumor marker ca125 is often an indicator of ovarian cancer, but it is not very sensitive and not very specific. It is used as a screening test in some circumstances, and to follow the effects of therapy when it has been documented to be high at the start. There are no blood markers that are good for endometrial cancer, either. Read more...

Is it possible to tell is you have cervical cancer or other reproductive organ cancer with a blood test?

Mostly no. There are no reliable blood markers for cervical cancer. The tumor marker ca125 is often an indicator of ovarian cancer, but it is not very sensitive and not very specific. It is used as a screening test in some circumstances, and to follow the effects of therapy when it has been documented to be high at the start. There are no blood markers that are good for endometrial cancer, either. Read more...

Can you determine whether I have cervical cancer or other reproductive organ cancer with a simple blood test?

Not really. There are some tumor markers for female reproductive organ cancers but none of them are adequate to serve as the sole means of screening women. A regular pelvic examination that includes a pap smear is a critical component of catching cervical cancer early. Read more...
Gyn cancer. No gyn cancer other than gestational trophoblastic disease can be diagnosed by a blood test. Read more...

Elevated calcium in blood? I'm worried because I had a recent abnormal pap (normal one in 2012) can cervical cancer progress that quickly?

Abnormal Paps. Yes. I am worried as well. What happened after your abnormal pap? Weren't you offered a colposcopy and treatment? Did you get your gardisil vaccination? There should be absolutely no progress to cancer if you are getting the right gyn care. Read more...
Likely unrelated. You should pursue gynecological care for the Pap smear. The calcium should be rechecked. If persistently elevated, you should have a biochemical screen for primary hyperparathyroidism which would consist of pth, 25 hydroxyl vitamin D, mag, phos, and creatinine. . Read more...

I have had constant large amounts of discharge sometimes blood stained for nearly 2 yrs. 20 yrs old could it be cervical cancer? Too young 4 pap

Please see your gyn. Not normal !, you need a good exam, cultures, a pap, blood work and an ultrasound, that is what i would do if you were my pt. And then after that I should know how to fix your problem, please see your gyn asap to start the workup. Read more...
Should be evaluated. If cancer is in the picture regardless of age a pap should be done. Read more...