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Cervical Cancer Worries, Please Help?

Postby Emil » Mon Oct 09, 2017 8:50 am

On and off over the last few months my period pains have been a bit odd and have started to worry me. I am 20, but mid-cycle I have period-like pains. I have had 'mittle schmertz' pains before on one side of my abdomen but this feels like a very low down period pain, so much so that I've had to check Im not actually on my period. It tends not to last too long. However, I have started to get quite strong period cramps which require me to take tablets 4-5 days before my actual period starts. They feel just like usual pains I get when I have my period, but I have never experienced this sort of pain without bleeding. My period is usually heavy for 1-2 days then light. I am so panicked that I have cervical cancer due to worsening of pain with seemingly no explanation. I have no other symptoms such as bleeding after sex or between periods, what could this be?? Thanks in advance for all help xoxo
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Postby Banning » Mon Oct 09, 2017 8:51 am

Rather than worrying about it, go see your gynecologist, get a pap smear and figure out what is going on.
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Postby Franklin » Mon Oct 09, 2017 8:53 am

Hi there.
Being as you have no bleeding between periods, I very much doubt that you have cervical cancer.
Go on to Google and type in cervical cancer symptoms and you will get all the answers you need.
There is plenty of information there which will put your mind at rest.
If you are not satisfied with the results of google, then go along to your doctor and get help from him/her.
Good luck!!
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