... Since you have had symptoms for quite awhile, it would be good to know what is going on. If you suspect endo, is this surgeon skilled at identifying endo and removing it via excision? There aren't that many true endo specialists. I understand it can only be definitively diagnosed with a biopsy. However, in your original post you said "I have never had previous issues" so the... (5 replies)
... I had my colonoscopy and the doc didn't see a thing. He took a biopsy anyhow even though there was no irritation or polyps. All clear! ... (5 replies)
... he toilet after sex. They didn't saw much more to me and I felt ok about it but my partner is concerned that I had the polyp. What would be the next steps if the biopsy comes back that they were cancerous I'm a little concerned that the polyp was coming from the uterus into the cervix. ... (5 replies)
... It is my understanding that endo can only be definitively diagnosed via surgery with biopsy of tissue. ... (2 replies)
... Regardless of what the cervix looks like, only a biopsy can really tell you what you're dealing with. Cervical lesions can be caused by multiple things, and at this point you just can't say for sure. ... (1 replies)
... Thanks so much! I actually heard back today that my biopsy results came back fine. So that was a great load off. ... (2 replies)
... only the biopsy can do that. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks, Greeneday. keep us posted when you get your biopsy results back. I've got my fingers crossed for you! ... (4 replies)
... catch it. I'm assuming it's AGC since they did the colposcopy, ultrasound and endometrial biopsies. I wrote that down so I can ask her when they call me with the biopsy results. ... (4 replies)
... I just had a colposcopy, endometrial biopsy and and ultrasound yesterday...I'm anxious to what the biopsies will show. ... (4 replies)
Last May 16, 2014 I had may routine pap smear and a week later I got a call that my results came in abnormal. I was told I was positive for HPV and my results are HSIL.
June 03, 2014 I had my colposcopy and cervical biopsy. While my doctor was doing the procedure I asked my doctor if I should worry, and she told me: "Yes, you should worry." I am terrified. I asked... (4 replies)
... Hi, msbarbiq. Are you having a cold knife cone biopsy, or something done with a LEEP tool? I have never heard of doing a cold knife cone as an outpatient procedure. Particularly with it being a second one, where your cerivx is already shorter and I would think the chance of excess bleeding would be greater.
If you mean a LEEP procedure, I did have that done in the doc's... (4 replies)
... Has anyone had the cone biopsy done in the doctors office and if so how did it go for you? ... (4 replies)
... Thank you waterstrider for your response. I'm starting my 3 month close followup too after my successful cone biopsy for AIS with clear margins in Feb 2014. I hope that I can do close followup for 10 years like you before getting a hysterectomy. ... (3 replies)
... I just had my cone biopsy for CIN3 and AIS in Feb 2014 and have clear margins, no invasive carcinoma, clear ECC and clear EMC. ... (3 replies)
... Based on my experience, I would recommend that you obtain the biopsy results from the lab or doctor and get a second opinion as well. ... (3 replies)
... But they scheduled me in the next day in late May. I had a colposcopy, and she took 2 biopsy samples. Doctor confirmed that I had HPV. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Lydia, thank you so much for answering my questions and sharing your experience. My Ob/gyn is doing the cone-biopsy. The hysteroscopy I believe is a camera that goes into the uterus so she can see what's going on in there, and the D&C means she will scrape out the Endo-lining. And that along with the cone will be examined in the lab.
I'm so sorry you had the results you... (4 replies)
... C. The cone biopsy will let you know the extent and damage of the cells. Are you having a oncologist due the Cone ? ... (4 replies)
I've never had a abnormal pap, but due to being put on Tamoxifen My gyno doc wanted a base reading of my endometrial lining. The results were: High-grade Squamous Intra eptilhelia cells??? She has scheduled a: Hysteroscopy, D&C, and Cone biopsy. I'm very confused, and wondering if these procedures are really necessary. Have any of you been down this road? If so, can you... (4 replies)