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  • srigo has replied to a post on the message board

    So sorry you're dealing with this again :( I am not done with my journey - I am 26 and my first LEEP revealed a 4cm tumor (Stage 1B1) - but I do know many through sharing my experience that have had a LEEP or similar procedure, and then continue to have recurrent abnormal cells. Some for over 10 years. Luckily, it sounds like you're very careful with your health, and because of this, you may never experience anything...

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      I'm sure you've already been in for your colposcopy, but I wanted to answer either way!Abnormal cells would probably not cause bleeding and pain the way you're describing it, if cervical changes were causing that amount of bleeding and pain, it would surely be something more, although it sounds like there may be other reasons for this with the different medications and diagnosis' you've received. Any changes with you...

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        Hi all!I am wondering if anyone began to experience noticable pain from their cervical cancer tumor. I am Stage 1B1, surgery in January, visible tumor of approximately 4cm. I am not sure if I'm still experiencing healing pain (my cancer was discovered during a LEEP for CIN2, then an exam by an oncologist shortly after, and another by a second oncologist) or if I am actually feeling pain from the tumor itself. I guess...

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