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I had abnormal paps my whole life I had kids at a very early

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I had abnormal paps my whole life I had kids at a very early age (14) then biopsies, surgeries, then cervical cancer, then got sick of doctors and stopped seeing one for 4 years, and now my bones hurt everyday I take pain meds and nothing makes it go away, I take vicodin and methadone still no relief on severe lower back pain to the point it takes me down to the floor after a few feet of walking, I am having discharge so bad i wear a pad daily a panty liner is not suffice, i NEVER had cramps now I have 2 periods a month, heavy bleeding and abdominal pain real bad, swelling in my legs can barely bend it, the list goes on I can't fight falling asleep the fatigue and exhaustion is severe.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: OB GYN
Expert:  Dr. K. replied 1 year ago.

What is your question?

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
what is wrong with me? I am thinking bone metastases, It fits.
Expert:  Dr. Tim, MD replied 1 year ago.

Thank you for the question and please let me start by breaking this down:

1. You are 38 years of age

2. You have a history of abnormal pap smears and were treated for cervical cancer

3. You are experiencing bone pain / low back pain

4. You are having vaginal bleeding twice monthly

5. you are experiencing swelling in your legs / exhaustion

Answer the following questions:

1. When you were diagnosed with cervical cancer, what was the treatment - did you have surgery? What was the surgery?

2. Do you have any other medical problems?

Dr. Tim