... Hello there, I'm so sorry you're having all these worries. Of course it could turn out to be nothing other than your hormones going up and down! The waiting though is horrible, I know, I've been through it. In fact the waiting is the worst part of it all. You do get through it though, somehow or other. We find an inner strength at these times. I kept very busy and had my... (1 replies)
... like cramping. Today I had my gyn appointment. After I shared my symptoms she said she wanted to do an endometrial biopsy because of my hx of endometrial ablation. Is this normal? ... (1 replies)
... Girl! I am in the same boat as you. I am 24 with no kids but really want 1 or 2 in the future. I haven't had an abnormal pap but I had a pelvic exam done in the ER (thought it was appendicitis when I went) and the pelvic exam showed my cervix was inflamed and told me I needed to follow up with my gyn. I see this was posted a while ago, so if you see this I would love to hear... (2 replies)
... saw the inflamed area she decided to do a colposcopy. When she looked she was like "Yeah, we need to do a biopsy" and I was immediately scared. After she did the biopsy she explained that I had atypical glandular cells. She said sometimes birth control can cause cells to change. I'm hoping this is the case. ... (0 replies)
... My organs were needlessly removed for a benign cyst 9 years ago when I was 49 and the effects have been devastating for me.
If frozen section biopsy (done during surgery) shows cancer, then it would make sense to remove organ(s).
Best of luck in getting the necessary information to make the best decision for your health! (27 replies)
... ries, uterus, tubes and omentum removed, nearly two years ago. I believe I had the very best treatment as if a cancerous tumor ruptures whilst they remove it or biopsy it, it can spread. Since my illness I've become somewhat of an expert in this subject and I've been in touch with many other women. ... (27 replies)
Thank you SO much for responding, I know I'm not alone in this at all, and I just want to hear from anyone and everyone who has been through this.
I asked the ob/gyn about why they just couldn't do a biopsy. Her response was, "we can't, if it is cancerous, we have just spread that all throughout your abdomen, she never once mentioned a cystectomy. I'm past... (27 replies)
... Oct 6. Colpo was performed with biopsy and ecc. When she used the solution she said 2 spots showed up but just barely. She biopsied them anyway. ... (1 replies)
... So i went for a papsmear becuase i had wierd mucus and bloody mucus and lower back pain. Results came back as atypical glandular cells. Yikes! Now i am due for a biopsy this monday and a coloscopy. Im super tired now and have both groin and lowere back pain as well as more greenksh white mucus. No std so im concerend. ... (0 replies)
... I don't know the accuracy rate of cervical biopsies but low-grade / mild dysplasia oftentimes resolves on its own in healthy women. That plus the fact that it typically takes many years for cervical cancer to develop from abnormal cells is why the pap smear guidelines changed from every year to every three years in women at average risk. Of course, women at increased risk... (1 replies)
... this past February. The colposcopy and biopsy results came back as CIN1 with mild dysplasia LSIL at the time, so I went back again in June. ... (0 replies)
... I have been bleeding like a heavy period day since the procedure last Monday. I went in Friday and they applied more of the solution because they thought a scab came off, but it doesn't seem to have helped at all. Anyone else find that the post-biopsy solution didn't stop the bleeding? How long does it take to stop on its own? (0 replies)
... In my case, very quickly. I was negative for HPV and vaccinated against types 16 and 18, but there is a 3rd uncommon high-risk HPV that I contracted. Within a year I had abnormal cell changes that weren't on a pap, but showed on a punch biopsy. They're low-level so just a pap every 6 months for me for now. I have no idea about resolving it on your own, but I feel you on... (4 replies)
... So, i was left a message to look at my chart online.:confused: This is what was posted.
1. Endocervix, curettage:
- Rare tiny fragments of endocervix with atypia and scant sloughed
atypical endocervical cells, favor endocervical adenocarcinoma in situ (AIS).
Immunoperoxidase stain for p16 with appropriate positive control performed on a
destained slide is positive.
-... (0 replies)
... So I got the cone biopsy done last week. ... (0 replies)
... I am so sorry to hear you are going through all of this. I am about to have a biopsy after having my first abnormal pap, and I am very nervous about the whole situation. ... (3 replies)
... Hello everyone. I'm new at posting on this board. I had a biopsy done on my cervix and received a message this evening from the doctor. She said it's after hours. ... (3 replies)
... Yes because hpv test was negative they left me. But been to see gp about mess with sling and asked her bout biopsy and she dosnt get the biopsy results apparently and ring the hospital. ... (3 replies)
... Sorry you are going through this. So they did not do a colposcopy in 2010 or 2012? I guess because HPV was negative and HPV causes most cervical cancers? I wonder if the TVT sling material (mesh?) can skew pathology / biopsy. I know it can wreak havoc in your body as it sounds like you are experiencing. Also, different pathologists have various levels of experience. So a... (3 replies)
... al with hpv test negative so docs done nothing Got called in a few weeks ago for another smear and it is abnormal and got sent to the clinic. The nurse took a biopsy and said nothing to worry about as didn't look high grade which i really understood and waited for result. ... (3 replies)