Hi I'm 27 I've had two lots of treatments to remove abnormal cells of my cervix I'm very worried as doctors said I have a swelling in my stomach but not sure what it is I was so scared that I didn't goin for my op twice! And now am expereincing some symptoms of stomach ache in lower stomach pelvis area then travels to lower back and down my legs I constanly sleeping and feel very weak and sick alot I also heamoraged a few months back whil
on my period and was in hospital I'm so scared but don't know what to do help!!
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replied October 24th, 2010
As I am not involved in your care, I cannot tell you if these health issues are related to your cervix or not (it is unlikely that all of these symptoms are related to your cervix, however). However, I can tell you that if you were to have an early cervical cancer, or other form of cancer, then your repeated cancellations of recommended treatments could put your life at risk.

Overcome your fear, and be proactive about your health. Please return to see your doctors at this time.


Robert A. Wascher, MD, FACS


Author, "A Cancer Prevention Guide for the Human Race" (2010)

A landmark, evidence-based guide to a healthy cancer-prevention lifestyle, based on cutting-edge cancer research.
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