I am 59 years old and i am thru menopause... i have had several abnormal Pap smears that they have been keeping an eye on.. Jus about 9 months ago they told me of this condition an didn't seem to be too concerned...about a week ago I started having some slight cramping then some lite bleeding with some clots ... Not consistent but went to the doctor today concerned about the bleeding... She also noticed the stenosis an was concerned about the bleeding because she couldn't get a clear view inside the cervix... She has recommended waiting for a month an to keep a log of when an much bleeding I get... If it stops nothing will be done if it doesn't then a pelvic ultrasound... Is this precancerous ??? I'm on Prempro concerned that maybe I should stop taking it .. Been on it for about 2 years now.. She recommended I stay on it... Is there nothing that can be taken to open the cervix up without surgery...View Thread
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