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... I got my results today and they were not so good... invasive adenocarcinoma. Small, but no clear margins. I am scheduled for a surgery with removal of uterus, ovaries and all lymph nodes around in the area. So sad about it... (3 replies)
... Thank you for your answer! I am glad that you feel well now! How do you feel after the hysterectomy? I will get my results this week, just before Christmas.... The strange thing is that they only found squamous cells with dysplasia on the ECC, but on the pap test AGC. Maybe they found more on the cone biopsy. (3 replies)
... Hi Jessica. I also had a cone biopsy after abnormal glandular cells were found in an ECC that suggested adenocarcinoma in situ. ... (3 replies)

... I am worried about my results from the laser cone biopsy that I did last week. Everything started out with AGC on the PAP test. After further investigations with biopsy they found CINIII in the cervical canal. I have also high risk HPV. ... (3 replies)
... Thank you all so much for your posts! Definitely has helped. Though I still am not sure what to do yet, it has definitely given me more food for thought. THANK YOU THANK YOU!!! (6 replies)
... cone biopsy, which ultimately was unsuccessful, and then a hysterectomy. Even though the cone didn't work for me, I don't regret having tried it at all. The cone biopsy surgery was relatively simple and the recovery time was quick. For me it was definitely worth the effort to at least try and avoid the hysterectomy. ... (6 replies)
... Yes its one of the high risk and this is my second time with High Grade. First time they did a LEEP. Went 6 months had another check and it was low grade so they did the cryo. Went 6 months and brings me to my latest which is a mix of high and low grade. He could not do a colposcopy because the opening of my cervix is like a pin point, so in order for him to get in to do a... (6 replies)
... I've always leaned toward the side of not wanting children, but deciding to not have them and have the choice taken away from you are two different things. Cone biopsy COULD take care of it, but it also could not and I would, once again, have to go through it all again and end up with the hysterectomy anyway. ... (6 replies)
... There are studies that show oral or vaginal misoprostol is effective at "priming" the cervix in preparation for certain procedures. I wonder if it would work to get a colposcopy? (6 replies)
... I had already had my children so that was not an issue. The side effects have been distressing. Hysterectomy compromises pelvic integrity as far as organ placement and skeletal structure. The bladder and bowel descend after the uterus is removed which can alter function. I have had bowel issues since my surgery along with minor bladder issues. The four sets of ligaments that... (6 replies)
... If you are not 100% comfortable with a hysterectomy, you may very well end up regretting it. And not only for the inability to have children. I had one 8 years ago at age 49 and I regret it every day. My body (inside and out) and every aspect of my life has changed for the worse. I would not have chosen this unless it was absolutely necessary. My gynecologist was dishonest... (6 replies)
... old that because the abnormal cells were found so deep in my cervix they needed to do an ECC. No one had told me before the pap that I would need to have another biopsy and it hurt like crazy. The doctor seemed surprised that it was hurting so badly but tried to put me at ease. ... (2 replies)
... Just a little background.. back in 2009, I was 27, I had my annual pap smear done and they found abnormal cells. They had me come in again 6 months later and they were still there, so they scheduled me for a colposcopy and they didn't find anything to biopsy, but had me come back in 6 months after that for another pap. At that time it still showed the same abnormal cells and... (3 replies)
... I don't know if you still have questions re this post, but I had AGUS pap results last year. Negative for HPV. Had endometrial biopsy, colposcopy, d&c with hysteroscopy, and cone biopsy. They were all normal. Then had my colonoscopy. Precancerous polyp at the base of my appendix prompted an appendectomy. Appendectomy revealed Adenocarcinoma of the appendix. Ob/oncologist... (3 replies)
... The cervical biopsy shows areas of LGSIL and HGSIL with HPV effect. ... (0 replies)
... ost are. Be sure to take it easy during the recovery period to minimize chance of complications and adhesions. Keep us posted on how you are doing as well as the biopsy results. ... (6 replies)
... ou were very helpfil. I am told that the surgery went well. I had the tumor removed, the affected , and the appendix, because the tumor was a mucinous one. The biopsy is inconclusive at this time. They took over 60 slides bc it was so big. It will take several days to go through the slides. ... (6 replies)
... 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)
... 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)

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