Post-convective menstrual cramps of stage 0 cervical epithelial cancer
Q: I’m a woman in my early 40s. I usually had back and lower stomach pain.
I had no menstruation for five months after having a conectomy for stage 0 cervical epithelial cancer, but I started menstruating yesterday.
I have a headache now, especially menstrual pain. My body is very sagging. I also have more menstruation than usual.
The cervical cancer test is tomorrow, but I postponed it until next week because of my menstruation. What’s wrong with him?
A: There are many causes of menstrual pain, but sometimes uterine myoma, adenomyopathy, endometriosis, etc 비아그라구입
When visiting the gynecologist for cervical cancer tests. Add an ultrasound test and get treatment for menstrual pain through counseling.