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Old 10-25-2007, 07:44 PM   #1
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red and inflammed cervix

I went to my Dr. regarding abdominal pains and cramps in on one side and major back pains. I had a pap done and the Dr.noticed that my cervix was red and inflammed, he then doubled checked that I wasen't pregnant, then was that test came back negitive he then thought I might have an STD so he gave me anti-biotics just incase. While there at the hospital I had blood work done which was all negitive and a test for chlamydia which also was negitive (phew!!!).

The pains have decreased, but I'm wondering what the reddness and inflammation is caused by and if it's safe to have intercouse with my partner of ten years?

 
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Old 10-25-2007, 09:40 PM   #2
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Re: red and inflammed cervix

I see that some have viewed my situation, the truth is that I could use some feeback. So please if you have had this a simular situation or have any idea what I might have please leave me a messege or adice as to what to do now, that would be great...thanks

 
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Old 10-25-2007, 10:25 PM   #3
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Re: red and inflammed cervix

Sunshine,

I was in a similar situation except I was bleeding with sex. After colposcopy, most of problem was acute inflamation. My doc put me on Metrogel for 14 days and I think (knock on wood) its cleared up. She thinks that will stop the bleeding.

I also did have one spot of CIN I, so now have to get a pap every 3 months.
Is your pap ok?

 
Old 10-26-2007, 09:42 AM   #4
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Re: red and inflammed cervix

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Sunshine,

I was in a similar situation except I was bleeding with sex. After colposcopy, most of problem was acute inflamation. My doc put me on Metrogel for 14 days and I think (knock on wood) its cleared up. She thinks that will stop the bleeding.

I also did have one spot of CIN I, so now have to get a pap every 3 months.
Is your pap ok?

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Old 10-26-2007, 09:51 AM   #5
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Re: red and inflammed cervix

I'm new to this messege board and not too how to respond to the responses I get. Anyhow....you asked was my pap ok? My cervix looked swollen and red, and a swab was taken. I'm not sure other than that, I was told I would get a call if their was any problems. Well Ididn't get a call at all this week and I saw the Dr. on Monday night. I think it's safe to say their was no deases or anythong to be conrened about. I'm gonna call my Dr. again and see what the next step is. Is it safe to have sex again? Did you wait to have sex again. You has bleeding after eh? What did you do?

 
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