I had a late abortion at about 26weeks due to my controlling mum i was only 15 at the time guess she was thinking it was for my best but it wasnt since then iv had problems after problems. it started with bleeding constantly for 3months with only a few days break between the months. the doctor susgested i get the implant in to stop the bleeding but it didnt. but in between all that i had quite a few sexual partners my head was confused and i thought by sleeping with them it would get them to like me, also i done it to try and get pregnant again cause i couldnt handle what had happened i wanted a baby. i now know that wasnt the way to go about it and to be honest im ashamed of myself for it all. But the reason i think iv got cervical cancer is cause i got refused the jag to prevent it since i had already been pregnant. and since about december iv been having dis-charges, iv got wee lumps down below like spots around the opening, and there getting worse. and its not a sti as i got tested for them. then i started getting sharp pains in my lower stomach and it hurts during intercourse and the pain after the intercourse can last for a few days. iv also lost my appetite and lost weight and i cant get over 6stone 6, iv got fatigue iv no energy and always want to sleep. and i have noticed blood in my stools. and doctors have tested me for quite alot of things and the only thing they could tell me is that iv hardly any antibodies in my immune system and they think somethings killing them off. got more blood tests done for that and i find out the results next week. but my mum's cousin died of cervical cancer last year thats the only history in my family of it. im petrified though what if it is cancer im only 16, i dont know if its just me being paranoid or what, i'm scared.
Cervical cancer is extremely rare in women your age in western countries. However, the only way to be sure that a woman has (or does not have) cervical cancer is to biopsy some of the cells of the cervix.
You sound like you have had a very difficult life, lately. If you have not done so already, I would strongly suggest that you seek counseling.
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