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my mom and grandmother both have had. I am 30 and scared I might get it. my mom was 24 when she got hers n my grandmother at 23. should I worry because I have a lot of problems down there
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HI,
Family history of cancer does matter. However the risk of cervical cancer is mostly based on sexual habits. You should consult a gynaecologist for a thorough evaluation. Ruling out infections like STD’s and HPV should be done. Also Pap smear and colposcopy will help diagnose any early changes.
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