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My pap smear test says mucinous and shows dense infiltration with acute inflammatory cells (present 3+). Impression: cervical cytology shows cervicitis (moderate). Gynac has given clingen forte. Is it ok?
MD (Radiation Oncology)
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My parents (both above 60 years and my mother has cervical cancer) got covishield 2nd dose on april, 2021. Now they're getting messages for the precautionary dose on or after the end of january, 2022. But in the starting of january 2022 we all had covid-like symptoms. Though not being tested we practiced isolation for a week. Will they be eligible for getting the booster dose in this month?
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My mother diagnosed with cervical cancer stage 2b. In 14 feb 2020 her treatment started following 25 rays with 4 chemotherapy. After that doctor prescribed 4 session of brachytherapy. But due to lighten she received her treatment after 2 months later on 22 june 2020. After completion of treatment she goes to check up every 3 months 2 mri reports have been done 3 months apart one without contrast & one with contrast. every time she had to go gynecology dept for her pv, ps & pr check up. But last time on apr 20, 2021 in her gynecology report says her parametrium involved but other findings were normal no growth found anywhere. Then doctor prescribed her a whole body pet ct with 18 fdg after 2 months. She is normal and no other symptoms were present. Do you think her cancer is coming back? And do you think she is can be cured from this cancer?
MBBS, M.D., Dip.in pelvic surgey,
Sir my mother is a cervical cancer survivor diagnosed in august 2018 and her age is 46 plus now. My question is should she get vaccinated or not? In our state that is assam where only people belonged to the age group of upto 44 years are being vaccinated. What will be your suggestion regarding her vaccination.
Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surge...read more
Sir, I have a girlfriend and now she was affected by cervical cancer. After chemo, they done operation and also uterus and ovaries was removed. And her stage is 3b. Is there any possibilities to comeback. Still I love her alot. Nd need me back. So I asked. I do not knw more details. And sometimes she have pain and vomiting. Today she is admitted due to breathing problem. So I do not have any other ways to know more about her illness. I request you to help me out of this.
B. Sc., BAMS
I must appreciate your love and concern for your girlfriend. As you might already know that stage iiib, (1) cancer has spread to the pelvic wall; and/or (2) the tumor has become large enough to block one or both ureters (tubes that connect the kidneys to the bladder) or has caused one or both kidneys to get bigger or stop working.
Since she already had surgery there is a 60% chances of living for another 5 years with radiation or chemo.
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My mother is aged 94 years and in jan 2020 has been diagnosed with cervical cancer. She has been given radiation therapy in jan. 2020 after which the bleeding has stopped. Again from sept. 2020 bleeding has started. I took her to the doctor and he has told me that r.t can't be given for the second time. Just he has given tabs to control the bleeding.(1) she is on tab. Clopitab 75 .can I give the tablet daily as usual or to stop because of bleeding. (2) any medicine for controlling the cancer cells. Pl. Advice.
MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, F...read more
While some cases of cervical cancer cannot be prevented, there are many things a woman can do to reduce her risk of developing cervical cancer.
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My had been diagnosed with adenocarcinoma of cervix or cervical cancer stage 2b. She has gone through four chemotherapy and 25 radiation. Her radiation ended on19th march. Now she has to gone through a treatment called brachytherapy but due to covid-19 the transportation isn't available and I have to delay her treatment. The doctors plan her treatment on 30th march but later on postponed the date to 20th april. But as I earlier said I can't risk her to take her to the hospital now I have to wait till lockdown is over. She is all right though. But the question is if there any complication if I delay her brachytherapy treatment? Thank you doctor.
MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
My suggestion is to start Homoeopathic treatment.
You can consult me at lybrate.
My mother got cervical cancer last year done total hysterectomy stage 1b2. Now after a year its comes back locally advance in bladder wall rectum bladder neck don't know what to do. Is total pelvic exoneration is an option?
MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DM...read more
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