Worried i Have Cervical Cancer

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Worried i Have Cervical Cancer

by Jocelyn on Thu Mar 02, 2006 12:00 AM

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It's been a year and a half since my last physical so I went on Friday and my doctor felt something (tumor?) on my cervix and said it was hard. He also said my uterus felt bulky. He booked me an ultrasound for Monday. I was surprised by how fast he booked me in. And worried. For the last year I've been bleeding between periods too and it seems to happen after intercourse. I feel as though I'm a prime candidate and worrying myself crazy. I've had dysplasia in the past as well. I wonder if anyone can share some thoughts here..... thanx.....

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by Rafi_1 on Fri Mar 03, 2006 12:00 AM

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hi.first tomorrow has not come one day at a time.first u pray to our lord jesus to take ur worries he took ur sickness on the cross is in the bible ,i dont remember passage know of course thats with faith,beleiving.then first for ur dyslapsia --- Message edited by CancerCompass staff: for personal protection, phone number removed. Please review CancerCompass Member Guidelines at http://www.cancercompass.com/common/guidelines.html ---- flexprotex capsules.they are a save no prescription product i take it,and it will take care of ur dyslapsia and any arhtritis on anybody is organic all the ingredients and a patented product of high quality.only hazzle is something u got to take forever cause ur body uses what it can everyday and the rest is taken out of the body(urinating),there is no side effect maine ingredient is glucosamine which everyone produces most of us as we age we loose it.in my family on my dad 84 yrs now it help,myself after many car wrecks it change my life even on our 12 year old german sheperd who had a terrible problem with dyslapsia u could not get up most of the time and hurting badly taking pain killers prescribe with possible side effects like all medicines prescribe they all have side effects and toxic the body and stay in the body for long time.they cost $70 if u ask for only a bottle but if u become a member so as to get them every month they go for about $44 or less.there is other glucosamine cheaper and it works but not as effective.u can show them to ur orthopedic(bone doctor)ours here said okay to all of us,mom 83yrs ostearthritis,dad,

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by Rafi_1 on Fri Mar 03, 2006 12:00 AM

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Dad 84 reumathritis and degaenerative disease of the bones like me and the german sheperd and a friend of 66,one of 59,etc...this is not a new product glucosamine of course our doctors dont recommend it because they dont make money is not prescribe and they dont like naturals things no visits no money for them.if one has cancer they go for three options cut it out,chemo or therapy.u know that is known that radiotion gives cancer(chemo and radiation as therapy)have u seen ur dentist get of the chair or ur lab when they do an x-ray and some dentist cool ones that put u a lead cover over ur body when they give u x ray for ur teeth.why dont they put that button that they press efor th x-ray just beside them like the rest of the instruments the driller,the bowl that they say rinse there.because of the small amount(thats small dosage they tell u if u ask it will do nothing for u but they dentist doctors lab people get away)there are doctors now that practice both regular medicine and naturopathy.go for organic products and stay away from white bread (refine products etc...)New start=n=nutrition,e=excercise,w=water(high quality mineral water,5 filtration water,some distilled okay) s=sun(yes sun at lest 20 minutes between 10 am and 3 pm on ur face(while walking if u want)no sunblocking during those 20 minutes,even sunblocks carry bad stuff read in the back and tell me if u know what means the ingredients,t=temperament relax ,smile do fun stuff,a=air pure air mountains air purifier at home etc...r=rest especially the hours of 10 pm and 2 am most healing during those ours.check site of --- Message edited by CancerCompass staff: for personal protection, email address removed. Please review CancerCompass Member Guidelines at http://www.cancercompass.com/common/guidelines.html ----cancer specialist.use to run san francisco hospital emergency room and went thru cancer herself.the lord our god father son and holy spirit bless u and ur family!!! Keep faithfull.the lord said i am the lord that heals!bring ur worries to me!if u will had faith a s little as a mustard seed an u tell that mountain move it will move! Even on tv u can watch the word of the lord!let the sick come to me for i will heal them said the lord!!Read it in the bible.for over 2000 yrs the best selling book and in most languages coincidence,luck, ja no way. Surfs up!

Maybe a Fibroid Tumor

by Hopeforlife on Sat Mar 04, 2006 12:00 AM

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Hello. I recently went through the same exact thing. I too have had an abnormal pap smear, ultrasound, bleeding between periods, pain during intercourse, need to urinate frequently, etc...After the ultrasound, they told me I had a non-cancerous fibroid tumor on the back of my uterus. I can wait to see how symptoms progress or explore the options available for removing the fibroid. I am a member of this site because my dad was diagnosed with liver cancer in spring of 05, thus, I still check back in. Try not to worry until you know more. Take care.

Thank You

by Jocelyn on Sun Mar 05, 2006 12:00 AM

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I appreciate your faithful inspiring message. It means a lot.....

Thanks

by Jocelyn on Sun Mar 05, 2006 12:00 AM

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I appreciate you responding to my worries. You offered me a little hope that it's not my worst fears. I'm sorry to hear about your father. My grandfather had pancreatic cancer and passed away 4 years ago and my father-in-law had cancer of the bile duct. He passed the same year. It was a very difficult time. I'll be calling my doctor tomorrow to see if any results are in. I'm thinking this may be just the start of finding the problem. Are you going to have your fibroid removed? I would like to hear how things go for you. Take care and thanks.....

Had Cervical Cancer

by Sandradee8 on Sun Mar 05, 2006 12:00 AM

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Hello Jocelyn, I am 35 years old and had all the symptons you and the other's had. The symptons went on from 2004 to August 2005. Finally, I complained to my regular doctor who didn't see or feel anything out of the ordinary. I went to a gyno who discovered a tumor and felt my uterus was really bulky. I had a biopsy and a MRI done along with a PET scan and discovered stage IIB cancer and cancer in the lymph nodes. I was given the choice of chemo and radiation or a complete hysterectomy. I chose the latter, on September 13, 2005 my surgery was successful. Very painful for 3 weeks but well worth it, all cancer was removed. I have to go for a checkup every 3months for two years, again well worth it. I pray that everything will work out for you and it very well may be just fibroids. Keep praying. Let me know of your findings. Note, I joined this site last August, my mom has stage iv lung cancer with mets to brain. She is doing as well as expected through the grace of god.

Cancer

by Melissah0704 on Mon Mar 06, 2006 12:00 AM

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Joycelyn, First of all...you poor thing! Been there, done that and it's horrible! It's all the UNKNOWNS and then sometimes it's the KNOWNS. As women we usually don't complain a whole lot. We're too busy taking care of everyone else and their dog and there isn't time for complaining, so we go on ignoring our own problems until they become a problem. Our bad. Right? I had some of the same symptoms you did and I changed doctors because the one I had, I didn't feel was giving me very good care. Changing paid off and I found someone who kept looking until she found something. It was fixed with a complete hysterectomy (Jan 27th). I had a lot of good advice from people telling me not to worry, but the fact of the matter is, we worry anyway. Until you know exactly what the heck is going on inside your body, you're going to worry, so this is one of the best things to do. Talk to people who have been where you're at and basically, we can only share symptoms because you don't know what's going on. I'm hoping you have a mere fibroid that's giving you fits and it can be removed. If it's something else, then we can discuss that more later. Meanwhile...try to stop reading all you can about what you MIGHT have or else you're going to go insane! Believe me...I know. Ha! You should have gone in for your test today. Did they tell you how quickly you would get results from it? Let me know. I'm hoping to hear good news from you. Until then... Melissa

i Hope This Helps

by Amanda123 on Mon May 08, 2006 12:00 AM

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hi there Jocelyn my name is amanda and i have pre cancer cells of the cervix and there are so many ways to treat it. i go in ever 2 weeks to my dr cause i am carring my 3rd child and there is nothing that they can treat me with entill the baby is born but they can keep a very good eye on it to make sure that it doesnt turn into cancer. i have gone through the same thing that you have been going through and it is scarey. i have been dealing with it for almost a year now and my hole life all my pap smears shown dysplasia but it has always gone away on it's own. dont worry your self so much. just remember that what ever it is the drs will take care of it. i will keep you in my prays and in my thoughts. dont worry everything will be fine and i will pray for you and keep in in my thought. i hapoe this helps a little
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