I have some unpleasant vaginal odor and discharge. Recently, I have noticed that when I wipe myself after having a bowel movement, it appears as though a small amount of feces is coming from my vagina. I did some checking online and the only condition I could find that corresponded with these symptoms that applied to me was cervical cancer. I have never had any children, nor I have ever been pregnant. I have an appointment with a gynecologist next week, but the thought of waiting a week to get this checked out, now that I know that these symptoms might be attributable to cancer, is causing me a lot of anxiety.
I have no other symptoms that apply to cervical cancer, to the best of my knowledge. I have some chronic, but minor, GI problems and pretty intense headaches that occur once or twice a month (these problems are not new and I have always attributed them to stress). Since my last pap smear in June 2004, I have had sexual intercourse with two men. One of the encounters was protected by a condom. The other was while I was in a monogomous relationship and while I was on the pill, we rarely used condoms.
I am hoping that these symptoms can be attributed to something else other than cancer. If anyone can offer me any additional information, I would be greatly appreciative!
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