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... I had cryo about 25 years ago. It was the standard treatment for low-grade CIN back then; LEEP hadn't been invented yet. I never had another abnormal PAP, and I don't even test positive for HPV anymore. No doctor ever mentioned that it was "more difficult" to give me a PAP because I'd had cryo... although a new doctor once commented, upon examining me, "You've had a... (17 replies)
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... one. The answer you get is probably dependant on the doctor you ask. In situ cancers are cancer cells, but they aren't invasive. Most doctors describe in situ cervical cancer as precancer. ... (6 replies)

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... I'm sure that's how it is with cervical cancer "in situ". It's still confined to the cervix. It will be easy to get rid of. ... (6 replies)
... What we do know is that, in the developed world, cervical cancer is becoming quite rare, and then almost all of it is in women who are not monitored, meaning they don't get paps. ... (6 replies)
... Your doctor wouldn't know if you had "High risk HPV" from a PAP. Your doctor probably performed an HPV test along with the PAP (it's performed at the same time, by obtaining a swab of cervical fluid). What are the results of your actual PAP? This is what you need to call and ask your doctor. Because "high risk hpv" is not a PAP result, it's an hpv-test result. If your... (1 replies)
... and the coloscopy showed CIN3 with HPV. I was one of those rare ones that had post procedure bleeding complications. I am also one of the unlucky ones that had cervical incompetence after the LEEP. I miscarried at 20 weeks in 2004 and had to have a cerclage at 12 weeks to prevent miscarriage in 2008. ... (1 replies)
... I'd rather have a hundred LEEPs and other cervical procedures than have to have precancerous chunks taken out of my vagina. ... (2 replies)
... painful and the medication in them causes your heart to race, intensifying your anxiety. In my instance, I could still feel burning from the device despite the cervical numbing. ... (5 replies)
... Hi Everyone! My Name is Kim and I am new here. I was googling and found this site so hopefully I will get some answers. A little history: Cervical Cancer 2000 - Radical hyst. 6 wk post op pap - abnormal Over the last 10 1/2 yrs, I have had numerous paps, colpos, biopsies. At first it was every 3 months for about the first 4 yrs, then 6 months then I had lazer... (2 replies)
... ut AGUS PAPs, and while I do see why you're concerned, the fact is they can also be caused by benign things such as metaplasia, endometriosis, and endometrial or cervical polyps, all of which are incredibly common. ... (9 replies)
... I know in PA my step-mom had the same thing. She had a fibroid tumor the size of a grapefruit and was recommended to have a hyst for quality of life (pain and excessive bleeding). Have you checked with the hospitals directly? I know when she was sent to the hospital they help filled the paper work out for her to get her surgery covered since she couldn't pay for it... (1 replies)
... I had many of those problems for years when I was that age... I don't mean to sound crude but you have a foul smell down there as well?? If you are not sexually active, and do not take birth control, it may be an ovarian cysts, but DO NOT TAKE THAT AS A POSSIBILTY. Just simply see your doctor and he will get to the bottom of things. The chances of you having cancer are... (5 replies)
... who's never had an abnormal pap before and I'm checked yearly. HPV can't develop into cervical cancer with those symptoms in just a year, right? ... (1 replies)
... but it's not very likely at all that you have cervical cancer. ... (2 replies)
... to the margins. The doctor recommended a CKC because of the AIS. Because AIS is inside the cervical canal, doctors can't monitor it as easily. It's also thought to be much faster moving than CIN. ... (1 replies)
... You should go to a gyno and see what's up. It's not cancer. The chances are so small as to be approaching zero, as in medical miracle small. If you have an infection, though, or something, you should get it cleared up so it doesn't cause you grief later. (5 replies)
... Your medical personnel sound truly horrible. I don't suppose you could take your business elsewhere? As to the dilemma, I would think that they see the LEEP is a stopgap measure, meaning, they are saying that you can try LEEP but it may not be sufficient. It's sort of a low risk, $1000 gamble. That's why he was saying, ok, but don't be surprised if it comes back cancerous,... (8 replies)
... :) Considering your history, you would think your gyno would have pushed you to an onco gyno, like 'The Luv Bug':D mentioned, and not straight to a hysterectomy. I think this decision won't be as hard for you if you go some more info from an onco. I think in order for you to make the right decision for yourself, you should seek out different opinions from different... (8 replies)
... I have bad days as well. The way this last round went is I saw my Dr on Wed and she said "see you in 6 months". Last Friday she called and did a "on second thought" after conferring with the pathologist on the unknowns. Which is how I ended up back in her office today. I was good until Monday. A nervous wreck. On Tuesday I was okay because I was very busy and didn't have... (8 replies)




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