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... If you have kept up your pap screenings over the years and have not had problems, the chances of this being cancer are almost nil since cervical cancer typically takes many years to develop. ... (3 replies)
... Thank you so much for your reply! I've been obsessively checking this thread all morning, in a panic. The 16/18 results STILL aren't back. I'm not anxious about the results- I'm sure it will be positive- it's just that until that comes back, my doctor will not speak to me about it. So I'm very panicky. :/ I looked up my results, and the exact wording on my surgery path... (6 replies)
... d CIS tend to behave a little differently. CIS tends to start in one place and spread out slowly, but stays all together. But AIS can sometimes start in multiple spots that are not touching each other. ... (6 replies)

... I am 46 yrs old and I recently had my regular GYN checkup and during my examine my doctor informed me that I have white spots on my cervix. She took my Pap smear and she also scheduled me for an Ultransound of my cervix and pelvic area. The test results have not come back yet. ... (0 replies)
... I am putting this thread in two spots because it concerns both cancers... ... (9 replies)
Cervical Cancer
Mar 7, 2008
... hysterectomy or radical hysterectomy as well. I'm 35, married a year ago, with no kids. I had to wait two weeks for results but turned out I had several severe spots but the margins were clear. I mentioned I was unsure on wanting kids so the doctor said we wouldn't do hysterectomy but just continue to watch. ... (7 replies)
... gclaec, Sit and write down all of your symptoms and a timeline of your tests and results. Then--and I am begging--meet with your doctor and speak with him/her. There is nothing you can do or say (or show him) that he hasn't seen or heard or seen 1000 times before. At a minimum, you could let him read your list and be available for his questions. Your modesty maybe... (5 replies)
... I have not had similiar results on a CT scan report. If a CT scan were to show what could possibly be cervical carcinoma, action should have been taken immediately & you should have been made aware of it. I am so very sorry to hear you are going through this. I can only imagine the feelings you must be experiencing. I hope you get the answers you are looking for today at... (5 replies)
... weeks and spotting all the time. Please any advice would be helpful, has anyone every had this experience, has anyone had cervical cancer show up on CT scan? ... (5 replies)
... uess I would think maybe the scab came loose and opened back up. It's just a guess though. I never had a polyp removed but did have a biopsy where they removed 3 spots of tissue. If the bleeding gets worse I would call the doctor. ... (1 replies)
... EEP was the most effective method for removing dysplasia. My margins have been clear each time he's done the LEEP, and the dysplasia has reappeared in different spots each time too. ... (8 replies)
... ASCUS is an acronym for aytypia squamous cells of undetermined significance. ASCUS occurs when squamous cells form on the surface of the cervix. Squamous cells are thin flat cells. ASCUS is considered a mild abnormality. ASCUS is a milder form of abnormality than a Low Grade Lesion (LGSIL). LGSIL is followed by High Grade Lesions (HGSIL) and then you have cancer. Don't... (19 replies)
... Hi there, Great user name, LUVBUG, Thanks so much for the reply, I no how lucky i was really for the E,Carcinoma to be caught so early on, But had a few of probs since the TAH, back in the late 1980,s had my fallopin tubes unblocked & a large cyst on my overy, back then they preformed different Opparations to what they do today, they cut me across my abdomen area &... (2 replies)
Help Colposcopy
Jul 2, 2012
... he just took one random cervical biopsy, in addition to the endometrial biopsy and the ECC. Can you say quack? ... (1 replies)
... I had a laser surgery for cervical cancer in my early twenties.And I have endometrioses. They did a biopsy of my cervix to find out if I had endo. ... (2 replies)
... and the doctor didn't have any trouble moving the instruments through the cervical canal, but the endometrial biopsy itself was quite painful. The pain was far more than "bad cramps" as I've heard it described. ... (38 replies)
... I had the Leep tx done 15 years ago. Having a recent sonogram there were polys found and a biopsy was needed. The doctor could not due the biopsy due to cervical scaring. The opening was to small. ... (2 replies)
... s, so I had to wait over a month, almost 2, before I could get my colpo. At that appointment, she said that my exocervix looked great. She didn't see any white spots and didn't need to take any biopsies. "Just to check" she did the ECC. She was confident everything would come back fine. ... (10 replies)
... it isn't a diagnostic test. I tend to hear that type of comment more from women. And honestly, I use to think the pap detected ALL cervical changes and that absolutely is not true! The pap only detects cervical changes at the location the doctor swabs during the pap. ... (18 replies)
Unsure and nervous
Aug 27, 2008
... he ER when I had it taken out cause of the sever pain I was having that I think something else is wrong and she said oh theres no way you are way to young to get cervical cancer. So after reading more about it its in the middle twenties the the majority of women are getting it I am 25 now.. ... (2 replies)


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