hi there, so about me, well im 21 years old, married and am currently experiencing some worrying symptoms. lets go back to
march 2013, i miscarried my first pregnancy at 14 weeks, after that i was told everything was fine and i could start
trying again, my periods were all over the place after this happened but kept trying and in august 2013 i found out i
was pregnant again :) but at eight weeks i lost another. after this my periods have never been the same! but over
the last six to eight months i have been experiencing alot of bleeding between periods, with no set date to when i
come on or off. I put this off as i work alot and was petrified something may be wrong and i didnt want to hear that.
anyway over the last three or four months i have been experiencing bleeding after sex (not all the time but about 60%
of the time) also i have alot of brown discharge. So two weeks ago i went to the doctors and explained my symptoms
and she said that she wanted to carry out a smear test there and then, so she did and whilst conducting this i started to bleed,
she said not to worry and that it would still work. a week later i recieved a phone call from her which seemed very confusing,
she said that it had come back that i had a common infection and she prescribed me 3 days of medication. i asked her was
that the reason for my bleeding and she answered with no i am going to refer you to a gyneacologist. I said ok and that
was that, a few days later i recieved a phone call from my doctors saying that they wanted me to attend a private hospital
the next week to see a gyneacologist but i couldnt do that week so it is now this tuesday. before she hung up the phone
she said to me although it was private i wouldnt pay for my surgery and hung up. After the phone call i thought about what
she had said and i got confused... why? what surgery am i having? I am now worrying about my gynaecology appointment
as i feel something is wrong.
what i am asking really is what should i epect for my appointment?
and could my symptoms be related to cervical cancer?
thank you ladies!