How soon should your daughter start seeing a gynecologist? Earlier than most people think, say Drs.

Aug 24, 2011 Full story: Ankeny Press Citizen 174

How soon should your daughter start seeing a gynecologist? Earlier than most people think, say Drs.

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Steve

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#1 Aug 24, 2011
Look to the cooter. It knows.
Jenna

Williston, FL

#2 Aug 25, 2011
Girls start fooling around with boys really young today, so the need to be checked early.

Since: May 09

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#3 Aug 25, 2011
That is a medical issue. Lets not confuse this with religion, ethics, etc.
Not With My Lady You Dont

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#4 Nov 7, 2011
Jenna wrote:
Girls start fooling around with boys really young today, so the need to be checked early.
My best response to this 'hysteria' is this link:

http://www.womensfreedomproject.org/

You might want to pay particular attention to the middle of the fifth paragraph where it states: "The more frequently a woman is tested, and the younger she is when she starts testing, the more likely she is to get a false positive"
John witherspoon

Manchester, UK

#5 Nov 26, 2011
There is no need for "routine gynaegological examinations".

This is a myth created by male gynaecologists in order to sexually abuse young women. Which they do every day until they get caught.

Keep clear of perverts. Don't let your daughter go within a mile or they will find an excuse to sexually abuse them (in the name of medicine, of course).

Come into the real world!
Robert

United States

#6 Nov 27, 2011
John witherspoon wrote:
There is no need for "routine gynaegological examinations".
This is a myth created by male gynaecologists in order to sexually abuse young women. Which they do every day until they get caught.
Keep clear of perverts. Don't let your daughter go within a mile or they will find an excuse to sexually abuse them (in the name of medicine, of course).
Come into the real world!
Male doctors have always found an excuse to do intimate exams on young good looking woman. Their mothers who have already been drinking the doctors kool-aid for years send their daughters forward to be sexually abused. Bad mom, Bad mom!!!!!!
Robert

United States

#7 Nov 27, 2011
Instead of dragging your daughters to the gyn, look into getting her an injection of guardasil to protect her from cervical cancer. Also, teach her safe s#x , condoms, etc. If you have to bring her to the gyn make it female, not hard to find these days. DONT THROW YOUR DAUGHTER TO THE WOLVES.
Not With My Lady You Dont

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#8 Nov 27, 2011
NO! NO! NO!

NO GARDASIL !!!!! Stay clear of this, it may cost you your life!

If you do a search you'll find MANY hits about it.
This one included:

http://www.gardasilandunexplaineddeaths.com/

“let's go to the beach!”

Since: Jan 12

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#10 Jan 19, 2012
My mom took me to the Gynocologist at 11 for the first time then every year after I got my period.

it is wierd but she says it's nessessary, she goes to the same guy.

Julia
Not With My Lady You Dont

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#11 Jan 19, 2012
JuliaT1997 wrote:
My mom took me to the Gynocologist at 11 for the first time then every year after I got my period.
it is wierd but she says it's nessessary, she goes to the same guy.
Julia
JuliaT1997, may I ask what your age is now? I'm guessing somewhere around 14?

The fact that you mention that it is weird (and you are correct) means that something inside you is telling you not to do it!
Have you asked mom WHY it is necessary, especially at such a young age of 11. If you ask her why it's necessary and she only tells you something like "because it is", or "because I said so", then she is not giving you a good informed answer.
Katerina

UK

#12 Jan 19, 2012
Our oldest girl is just turned 12, & unfortunately she had her first gyno this morning. We have a history of cervical cancer in the family, & so after consulting with our family G.P we decided to start her earlier. He was very good though, & it wasnt too intrusive, & was more observational. You are in a Catch 22 scenario at that age, because you cant do a proper gyno exam until she loses her virginity.
Not With My Lady You Dont

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#13 Jan 19, 2012
Katerina wrote:
Our oldest girl is just turned 12, & unfortunately she had her first gyno this morning. We have a history of cervical cancer in the family, & so after consulting with our family G.P we decided to start her earlier. He was very good though, & it wasnt too intrusive, & was more observational. You are in a Catch 22 scenario at that age, because you cant do a proper gyno exam until she loses her virginity.
....."unfortunately" . I think that pretty much sums it up.
I understand that you have good intentions for her, but I wonder if you know what causes cervical cancer.
I'm wondering what "wasn't too intrusive", and "observational" means?
If the cervix was not examined, then what even is the point of taking her there? The only purpose that would serve is to humiliate her. And if it WAS examined, shame on you! Do you not know that cells that are damaged from scraping for a sample and that remain on the cervix will more easily mutate into cancer than what would undamaged cells. This contributes to cervical cancer. Ask any oncologist about cell damage
Katerina

UK

#14 Jan 19, 2012
Not With My Lady You Dont wrote:
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....."unfortunately" . I think that pretty much sums it up.
I understand that you have good intentions for her, but I wonder if you know what causes cervical cancer.
I'm wondering what "wasn't too intrusive", and "observational" means?
If the cervix was not examined, then what even is the point of taking her there? The only purpose that would serve is to humiliate her. And if it WAS examined, shame on you! Do you not know that cells that are damaged from scraping for a sample and that remain on the cervix will more easily mutate into cancer than what would undamaged cells. This contributes to cervical cancer. Ask any oncologist about cell damage
I dont need a lecture from you , thank you very much. I know exactly what causes cervical cancer. Lost my sister, my mum & my niece. There is NO shame on me, & how dare you judge me. I will be guided by my GP & our hospital consultant, not someone from Topix.
John

Louisville, KY

#15 Jan 24, 2012
Intimate exams on a twelve year old? I would die if my mom tried to make me do this at 12. I sure hope the doctor was a woman. Twelve year old virgin and your already scared she's going to die because someone else got cancer.

Our daughter will choose for herself when she goes when she is at an older age. I can't imagine making my young daughter have her birth canal examined.

Only observational. Does that mean no internal invasive penetration? I hope to God so. If you let her be examined by a man and they are already entering her birth canal at 12 then I can't relate to you at all. I hope you haven't traumitized her for life.

My wife went to a doctor in her 20's before we got married (She chose it herself as an adult she didn't have it inflicted on her by her own mom when she was a child). Twelve years old? I'm speachless.

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#16 Jan 24, 2012
Katerina wrote:
Our oldest girl is just turned 12, & unfortunately she had her first gyno this morning. We have a history of cervical cancer in the family, & so after consulting with our family G.P we decided to start her earlier. He was very good though, & it wasnt too intrusive, & was more observational. You are in a Catch 22 scenario at that age, because you cant do a proper gyno exam until she loses her virginity.
you sound like a weirdo. total freak. bet you watched and got pleasure from it
Katerina

UK

#17 Jan 24, 2012
rhunter1990 wrote:
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you sound like a weirdo. total freak. bet you watched and got pleasure from it
Go f""k yourself, you sanctamonius little prick.!! My niece was 14 when she died of cancer of the uterous & my mum was only 40 when she died of cervical cancer. I go for regular tests & examinations, & it was on the recommendations of our hospital consultant that she recommended our daughters start to be tested early, & also in full agreement with our family G.P, who, yes , is a female doctor. What is wrong with you people.!! I honestly replied to this thread giving my own personal situation, & all i get is verbal abuse & name calling.
Katerina

UK

#18 Jan 24, 2012
John wrote:
Intimate exams on a twelve year old? I would die if my mom tried to make me do this at 12. I sure hope the doctor was a woman. Twelve year old virgin and your already scared she's going to die because someone else got cancer.
Our daughter will choose for herself when she goes when she is at an older age. I can't imagine making my young daughter have her birth canal examined.
Only observational. Does that mean no internal invasive penetration? I hope to God so. If you let her be examined by a man and they are already entering her birth canal at 12 then I can't relate to you at all. I hope you haven't traumitized her for life.
My wife went to a doctor in her 20's before we got married (She chose it herself as an adult she didn't have it inflicted on her by her own mom when she was a child). Twelve years old? I'm speachless.
John, let me just explain something to you. Firstly, i didnt make her do anything. It was only after a family discussion, & a friendly chat with our lady doctor, that my daughter readily agreed. Here in the UK, ALL girls between 12 & 15 can now be vaccinated at school against cervical cancer.Thats not mums forcing their kids to do anything, thats our national government providing & more importantly,recommending it be done. Maybe things are different over there in the States, because you do not have a National Health Service as we do. Girls can take the birth control pill at 16 over here, & younger if the doctor thinks it would help to ease heavy periods. I agree with you, that my circumstances are exceptional, & of course i wouldnt do it otherwise, & she would make her own decisions at 16 which is the legal limit here in the UK.
Joe

United States

#19 Jan 25, 2012
Not With My Lady You Dont wrote:
<quoted text>
....."unfortunately" . I think that pretty much sums it up.
I understand that you have good intentions for her, but I wonder if you know what causes cervical cancer.
I'm wondering what "wasn't too intrusive", and "observational" means?
If the cervix was not examined, then what even is the point of taking her there? The only purpose that would serve is to humiliate her. And if it WAS examined, shame on you! Do you not know that cells that are damaged from scraping for a sample and that remain on the cervix will more easily mutate into cancer than what would undamaged cells. This contributes to cervical cancer. Ask any oncologist about cell damage
Katerina is a troll
Joe

United States

#20 Jan 25, 2012
Katerina wrote:
<quoted text> Go f""k yourself, you sanctamonius little prick.!! My niece was 14 when she died of cancer of the uterous & my mum was only 40 when she died of cervical cancer. I go for regular tests & examinations, & it was on the recommendations of our hospital consultant that she recommended our daughters start to be tested early, & also in full agreement with our family G.P, who, yes , is a female doctor. What is wrong with you people.!! I honestly replied to this thread giving my own personal situation, & all i get is verbal abuse & name calling.
Troll. Dont bother responding ti HIM
Not With My Lady You Dont

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#22 Jan 25, 2012
Katerina wrote:
<quoted text> I dont need a lecture from you , thank you very much. I know exactly what causes cervical cancer. Lost my sister, my mum & my niece. There is NO shame on me, & how dare you judge me. I will be guided by my GP & our hospital consultant, not someone from Topix.
First, I offer my condolences on the passing of your family members.
Next, you made the statement that you "know exactly what causes cervical cancer",......okay, so what causes it?

I've lost family to pancreatic cancer, lung cancer, and complications from respiratory disease, but none of that in and of itself means that I "know exactly what causes" those cancers/diseases!

So I ask again point blank...What exactly causes cervical cancer?

(lack of a response, a response that attempts to side step a direct answer, or declining to answer with a claim of 'I don't owe you an answer' or something similar, will be very telling)

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