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Posted by: dee | 2010/01/20

31 year old female concerned

Dear Dr Compliments to you I am 31years old I have kids they are 21months old I always have a uncomforable feeling in my lower left tummy just under my rib cage I went for a pep wear last year i t was fine My dr did a blood test as he said this is the first step to detect any concerns for cancer it was all good ( how accurate is the blood test
What can i do to be 100% sure there is nothing inside me should I go for a g scope does this first need to be recommended by a gp
I dont know but i am just so scared i need to know that everything is ok

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Hallo Dee
Women need to do yearly pap smears and breast examination and you have to watch out for changes in moles or spots on the skin. If you have a family history of cancer ( e.g. colon cancer) you can do yearly checks for blood in the stool. Pain in the lower L area of the abdomen could be related to the colon (spastic colon or infection), or inflammation in the pelvis, or urinary tract related and your doctor should have a look at these areas to exclude any disease.
Dr Bets

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Posted by: cyberdoc | 2010/01/20

Hallo Dee
Women need to do yearly pap smears and breast examination and you have to watch out for changes in moles or spots on the skin. If you have a family history of cancer ( e.g. colon cancer) you can do yearly checks for blood in the stool. Pain in the lower L area of the abdomen could be related to the colon (spastic colon or infection), or inflammation in the pelvis, or urinary tract related and your doctor should have a look at these areas to exclude any disease.
Dr Bets

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