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While community is a place to get to know your fellow members and experts on a deep and supportive level, sometimes folks just want to ask a question and receive an answer. That's what WebMD Answers is all about.
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Can we post questions anonymously or does it automatically use our username????
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Thanks for your Reply!
I'm a 21 year old female who has been diagnosed with abnormal cells on the cervix and because of that I now have HPV. When doing the colposcopy, the doctor said I have the cervix of a 16 year old. She said I'm producing more mucus than normal. What does that mean for me? Could that be the reason I am having yellowish/greenish discharge? I don't have any signs of a yeast or bacterial infection and I've been tested for STI's Chlamydia and Gonorrhea, both negative. Does this mean that my m?llarian ducts did/are not working properly?
I have a 16 year old daughter who is having problems eating. She begins to feel nauseous when she eats and often times will either have difficulty swallowing and occasional reflux even at the beginning of a meal. I was expecting reflux to present itself after having consumed a large quantity of food. She is at the point where she is having trouble getting anything down. Would this be classified as having GERD and if so, what should she do or look for in the way of food.
I'm not a professional physician but I do have some of those problems (i'm 51).
I would suggest that you take her to see her physician. They will examine her and order tests - maybe to be seen by a Gastrointestinal Physician for further testing.If they do refer her to one they may do a scope down the throat and maybe stomach to see what is going on. They give a slight medication to put you under and then the scope can take from 15-30 minutes. then they wake you up, get the results and any treatments they may offer. it's really a more simple test.
She is very young to be having these problems. Is she a nervous teenager? Hope and pray you find out what is causing it. let us know what you find out.
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