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Question
Posted by: thuma | 2008/01/14

cervical cancer

if you have cervix cancer does your menstrual cycle continue?

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Dear Thuma

This problem should be reffered of the Gynaecologist on this panel but the simple answer is that yes you would still have a normal cycle. However after radiation or surgical treatment the situation would probably be different.

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Our users say:
Posted by: Treatment | 2008/01/18

Please go to your doctor. I had cervical cancer and I had a breakthrough operation. first time in SA. I can still fall pregnant. The cancer has been removed and I am still clean.
The doctor to contact is Dr Du Toit (021) 8871555

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Posted by: BUSSY | 2008/01/17

IAM 38 YRS NO CHILDREN, HAD GONE FYBROIDS OPERATION AND CANT HAVE BABY. I AM EVEN AFRAID TO GO TO DOCTOR CAUSE I THINK HE WOULD TALK ABOUT CANCER.
COULD U PLEASE HELP THANK U

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