I'm wondering if some one could shed any light or had anything similar?
I had a very heavy bleed August 2014 which was put down to a suspected miscarriage. From then on I had mid cycle bleeding and bleeding after intercourse. I returned to GP who gave me northis terrine to stop bleeding and after going back and forth being prescribed iron etc she finally referred me to Gynae! this was Nov 2014.
I went armed with details of my bleeding and the consultant had a look at my cervix and said it was fine no smear as I wasn't due one and just took a biopsy of lining of womb and said I had abnormal bleeding and offered me various treatments, coil, depo or ablation or hysterectomy. As ttc these were not options at that time I was just so relieved to hear that everything was normal. I also attended the breast clinic for a lump and after 2 needle biopsy that was benign too,
my symptoms persisted and although my periods settled I suffered from extreme bloating, weird periods, heavy ones causing more prescriptions of Northisterone. GP incr.eased my iron and ive lost count how many times I've sat in my GP's in tears with it all back and forth. The post coital bleeding is so bad it's like a slaughter on some occasions Getting worse. I've had numerous swabs for unusual discharge for infections all coming back clear too
Anyhow smear was due which I never miss and also due to my ongoing bleeding issues I went str8 away. This came back showing low grade dyskariosis and high risk hpv infection. I've now convinced myself I have advanced cc due to my symptoms the bleeding post coital heavy bleeding Weird discharge lower back pain bloating wanting to pee more often and to make matters worse I am now passing blood in my stools. Beside myself with worry. thinking could the consultant of missed something in November?
I ended up paying private and had my colposcopy done on Tuesday with a lot of biopsies taken as it was going to be 2 weeks. I now have a 2 week wait for results. Anyone out there had similar symptoms and would like to share their experiences