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Cervical erosion?

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • May 31, 2008
  • 04:56 PM

I really can't carry on I just don't know what to do. Where do I start.

I had a smear test taken 3 years which needed to be repeated because not enough cells or something. I had it taken again the year after which was 2 years ago now and it came back 'normal'. At the same time I started to experience some bleeding after sex and greenish discharge along with the normal cervical mucus. I had some swabs taken 'all normal' but my GP did say that a 'cervical erosion' was seen.

I since went onto get pregnant but had 3 miscarriages all early, at a scan it was seen that I have a cavity in my uterus 'fibroid'.

We have still been trying for a baby but after sex I have really bad watery discharge almost as though I have wet myself I know that it's not from 'him' I know the difference it's too watery and clear in colour, also recently I have had pinkish discharge after sex which last time was bright red blood and painful during sex.

My periods have also changed they last 11 days with the first 7 days light spotting then 2 days really heavy painful days. Then it eases until next time.

I went along again to see another GP who again did swabs 'all ok' then I had an internal examination by the GP and now I've been sent for an urgent referral to see a Gynae.

I am so worried as what did she see when I had the internal? I feel sick and are thinking the worst as I have read that although some ladies have a 'normal' smears they still can have something sinister.

What scares me is that I have had these problems for 2 years now and I may have left it too long. Anyone had anything simular?


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  • I hope that they've done all the necessary testing for you.
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