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Cervical cancer staging is not determined with diagnosed vulvar vestibulitis, but rather by taking a colposcopy when cervical dysplasia is present. Other symptoms may be: loss of weight, fatigue, pelvic or back pain, leaking of urine or feces from the vagina, and bone fracture. The most common symptoms of this serious disease are persistent vaginal discharge (pale, watery, pink, brown, dark) and abnormal vaginal bleeding. Cervical cancer staging is not determined with diagnosed vulvar vestibulitis, but rather by taking a colposcopy when cervical dysplasia is present.

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Cervical Cancer Staging

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Vulvar Vestibulitis, Cervical Dysplasia

It may take years for dysplasia to turn into carnicoma in situ (CIS) or microinvasive form, which can quickly spread into nearby issues and other organs. But at that time it doesn’t cause any symptoms. The first stage of this disease is dysplasia, which can be treated easily. Cervical cancer staging is not determined with diagnosed vulvar vestibulitis, but rather by taking a colposcopy when cervical dysplasia is present.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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