I went to the doctors, and they ran a bunch of test on me, and I finally got the nerve to ask why was it that when ever I had intercourse it hurt, and I would have these discharges that left me sore and blistered. She explained to me it could be an std, which I am praying that it's not, or a cyst, she did a pap smear and told me that my walls were so thin they bleed when he use the little scraper to collect samples. She said that is why I have painful sex and because I have had a history of abnormal pap smears in the past with hpv my fears of cervical cancer may be coming to past. they drew blood and are going to do about seven test and will get back with me about the results. I have to admit I am shaken by this, and I kept procrastinating about going back for my regular visits in the past, now it may have caught up with me. I don't know what to do and the wait will be intense I will just pray for God to work in this as he has done in the past.View Thread
three years ago I had a pap smear that was abnormal but was told it would be okay, well since then I was slow to go back thinking everything was fine. but somthing got me wondering I am in nursing school and pretty much remember a lot of things, like last month a fellow student weighed me and I weighed at 284 pounds. last friday another student weighed me and I weighed 230 which means I lost 54 pounds in less than a month. normally I would have taken that as a successful weight loss and counted my blessings but it is accompanied by constant pain in my lower right side and back mainly in the area behind my right arm pit like some one is jabbing me with a knife, strong urges to go suddenly, not eating like I use to, I eat but get full quick. headaches, fatigue, and nausea and I know I'm not pregnant haven't been active in four years should I be concerned? right now I feel like going to the drs is a little bit a waste of time but has any one got advice.View Thread
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