ON BELHALF OF MY PARTNER SOMETIMES WE FIND AFTER HAVING SEX SHE FINDS SMALL AMOUNT OF BLEEDING COLUR SUCH LIGHT BROWN MUCUS IT USUALLY IS HAPPENING 10 DAYS BEFORE HER PERIOD AND SHE IS DEFINTE NOT PREGNANT SHE HAS BEEN OPERATED FOR CIN 2 IN THE YR 2006 BUT WE HAVE BEEN ADVISED THAT IT CAN COME BACK BUT WHEN THE CUT INSIDE THEY SAID THAT THE MEDICAL TEAM SAID THAT THEY CUT TOO A CIN 3 DIAMENSION JUST TOO BE SAFE MY PARTNER HAS GONE BACK TWICE TO HER GYNOCOLOGIST HE HAS DONE COUNTLESS PAP SMEARS AND THEY ARE ALL RETURNING SLIGHT CHANGES IN HER CELLS SOMETHING TOO DO WITH VIRUSES TREATMENTS WHICH HE OFFERED HER WERE VAGINAL TREATMENT TABLETS FOR WHOLE MONTH AND AND SYURUP TO INCREASE HER IMMUNE SYSTEM AFTER THAT ANOTHER PAP AND RESULT WAS AGAIN THE SAME AND SHE IS TAKING NOW JUST SOME HERBAL TABLETS HE HAS ASKED TO WAIT 2 MTHS AND ANOTHER PAP AND THEN WE TAKE IT A STEP FURTHER ANY SUGGESTIONS FROM SOMEONEELSE WHAT COULD IT BE DOES IT SOUND LIKE A TYPE OF A CANCER SOMEONE PLZ HELP AS WE ARE IN A COUNTRY WHICH IS PROBABLY NOT AS GOOD IN MEDICINE SUCH AS USA OR AUSTRALIA THANK YOU
Your partner probably has cervical dysplasia, and this could be the reason for bleeding after sex. Low grade squamous intraepithelial lesion, or LGSIL is the most common cervical dysplasia and usually due to HPV. It clears by itself usually in two years time. Usually a "watch and wait" approach is followed after biopsies taken from 3 different lesions are negative. Because this usually resolves itself, no medical treatment is usually needed. Biopsies are repeated at yearly or six monthly intervals and if after a repeat biopsy there is progression of lesion then procedures such as LEEP, cryosurgery, cone biopsy, electrocauterization and laser are tried.
This is probably the approach being taken by her doctor, but you can discuss this with her treating doctor. Hope this helps. Take care!
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