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Cervix is bleeding
I have had what looks like blood coming out of me for the past 15 days or so.  I'm nowhere near my period yet.  so I went to see the gyno, to get my pap among other things, and asked her what it was.  she told me my cervix is bleeding -- i noticed when she swabbed me it was very red!  I asked her should I be concerned about this and she said no!  i do have a yeast infection and i have occasionally been told that could cause some bleeding but it seems like alot for that.  on top of this i got a colcoscopy done during the same visit and now it seems that i am bleeding a little more.  i have had colcoscopy done before but it was over a year ago.  i have never had a baby.  can anyone think of what would explain the bleeding, or why my doctor would seem so unconcerned?  i haven't had any "rough" activity down there lately either if you know what i'm saying.
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Have your pap results come back yet? If it's abnormal make sure they check for cervical cancer.
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143113 tn?1366615307
thanks, i'm waiting for the pap results.  i get tested pretty frequently for cervical cancer (i have HPV) so i think i'm pretty current on that.  i'm just curious/worried about what conditions could be causing the blood, what are the implications, etc.  all i've ever been told is that it's really bad news to be bleeding between periods.
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