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Your GYN may likely suggest treatment for your abnormal pap smear so that it does not progress to a cervical cancer. It is good that this was...
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I don't believe you have a cervix.....so, thus, you cannot get cervical cancer. The cervix is usually removed with the uterus.
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Yes....that is EXACTLY what happens, and why both men and women need the HPV vaccine before they start having sex, and why couples who are not...
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Perhaps, higher, but I could not provide you with a number or percentage since I do not know the type of breast cancer that your mother has to know...
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Cervical cancer may have an underlying cause such as HPV (human papilloma virus), but I would have no idea if this man also has HPV.  Herpes is...
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No....just most of them.
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A hysterectomy is the surgical removal of the UTERUS. The cervix is just the opening to the uterus, so I do not know the extent of this person's...
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Hi your best bet would be to do a home pregnancy test or get to your doctor, and let him/her give you some tests.I think this would be good advice...
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No, not necessarily. Your wife may have gotten HSV (herpes) from a previous partner, if you do not have it. A person can have both, of course, but...
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No,  it did not get rid of your herpes.  They are for life until someone finds a cure.  You doctor just needs to see you before giving...
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The Gardasil vaccine is meant to be preventative care. It won't do any good once you've already acquired the virus. It would be like getting...
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It could mean cervical cancer but pap smears are known to be wrong, but please go and follow up with it...I had cervical cancer when I was 25 yrs old...
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All women can make their own decision on when or even whether they have a pelvic examination and a pap smear -- these are TWO, very different...
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I'm not sure if the bumps are a sign of cervical cancer, but I would call your doctor and ask them. It would probably put your mind at ease too...
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I am so sorry to hear about your sisters. Yes, there most definitely may be a familial connection with cervical cancer in your family. This is all...
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