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is these sign of cervical cancer . i m soo scared

Ok so i m 20 year old.and i got married 6 month ago.and i had sex after my married.and now i m having a spotting.i dont have painfull sex.the sex is normal.everything is normal but whenever i inserted my finger inside my vagina i got blood on my finger.i swear u didnt put my finger too deep i just inserted half of my middle finger and my finger is not too long its just normal. And also when my husband put his finger inside me and do nothing just put it then take it back.after that i also seee spotting.i feel blood is in my cervix and its not my period blood.and dont have pain in sex.i dont bleed after sex. I only get blood if i inserted finger.and i got alot of thick discharge.
Plz help me i m soo scared is this all sign of cervical cancer
I m from india and live in saudi arabia and here is not good docters.soo i have no option just wait for going back to india where i found a good gyno.
And i also have pain in my stomach for about 2and a half years the pain is coming and going any time and its mild pain.i did sonography ultrasound.blood test urine test and all the test came positive i didnt find the reason of my stomach pain.
In my vagina i feel my cervix too close.if i inserted my half middle finger i feel my cervix there.i m not sure what is this plzz help me
And its light red color blood and its really thick that its not drop or coming out from my vagina its just in there any time of the month i check it with my finger its still there
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replied November 17th, 2014
Hello! Here is the answer to your query on eHealth forum!

The symptom of blood in vagina on inserting a finger can be due to due to injury and friction, cervical polyps, yeast infections, endometriosis, cervical dysplasia which is a precancerous condition, and cervicitis (inflammation of cervix). If there is a history of unprotected sex then STDs such as Chlamydia, gonorrhea, and trichomoniasis should also be ruled out. Please consult a gynecologist there regarding this. Hope this helps. Take care!

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