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Hi are these forums for grief due to cervical carcinoma? If not could you point me in right direction.x


Hi Agg,

Mostly this site is about supporting women from their initial diagnosis through treatment and beyond. I'm not to sure how useful we would be if you have suffered the loss of a loved one because of cervical cancer although we would try and answer a question if you have one. There is a helpline on the top of this page and I'm sure they would be able to point you in the right direction. I hope you find the support you are looking for.

x Maria


Diagnosed CC 01st August 2019 Stage 1b2 with 1 local lymph node involved.

Something else showed up on pet scan. Treatment delayed for surgery, done on September 9th. Found to be a simple ovarian cyst, 1 ovary and tube removed.

Treatment plan 5 chemo, 25 extended field radio and 4 brachy. Treatment start date 02nd October 2019. Treatment end date 8th November.

February 2020 3 month scans NED

August 2020 9 Month scans NED

February 2021 15 Month scans NED

Extensive bladder damage seen on mri and damage to sigmoid colon.




Hi Agg2537

Sorry for your loss. MacMillan's has an online forum which should be able to help you too. 


Abnormal smear hpv & severe high grade dyskaryosis lletz Sept 2019 polyp & nabothian cyst. Results hpv & mild cell changes polyp innocent Repeat colposcopy Dec 2019 test of cure January 2020 no high risk HPV present , colposcopy June because of discrepancy between initial smear & lletz- June 2020 colposcopy  all clear; next smear in 3 yrs August 2020 post menopausal bleed; TV scan; bleed hrt related & found small ovarian cyst said will check in 4 months; Letter from hospital saying no longer needed 4 month check as cyst under 2cm & contact them if I develop pain (if cyst bursts?)


Do you mean grieving a loved one lost due to cervical cancer or grieving having cervical cancer? 

28-8-2019 diagnosed grade 2 squamous 2B 4 cm tumor Mri suspect lymphe nodes but pet scan Shows no lymph nodes 25 radio extended field, 6 chemo and 4 brachy finished October 29 2019

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