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Your hysterectomy questions answered by consultant gynaecologist Mr J Griffiths.
Our expert - Consultant gynaecologist Mr David J Griffiths
Specialising in gynaecology, Mr J Griffiths qualified from Leicester Medical school in 1987 before being awarded Fellowship to Harvard Medical School in 1995.
He is currently a consultant gynaecologist at the Great Western Hospital in Swindon, Wiltshire, as well as Medical Director of the Hysterectomy Centre and Octavia Healthcare, BMI Ridgeway, Swindon.
Tel: 01793 816008
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In2011 I was diagnosed with cervical cancer stage three , and was told I was pregnant three mos along all in one visit I had no idea following my pregnancy I had several procedure at the womens cervical cancer specialist Dr.Edraki in walnut creek. I was scared I was only 21 @the time.at 23 I had a complete hysterectomy. Because they couldn't get it all. Now its a year later and I've been having pain down there is this unusual or can the cancer reoccurring?
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