... I was diagnosed with HPV and CIN 1 a few years back. Eventually I cleared it on my own and have had 2 clean paps since. ... (2 replies)
In august last year I had a pap done ( the first in over 3 years) that came back abnormal. Had to have a leep done and the margins came back clear.
Was to have follow up pap in April, and that also came back abnormal again. I have my results from the pap, and I am having trouble interpreting the results.
-- a few minute fragments suggestive of detached... (1 replies)
... I had 2 tiny biopsies taken, of the same lesion. ... (36 replies)
... Yes, the doctor said the woman had CIN for over 2 years and it didn't get worse, and then it finally regressed. ... (36 replies)
... I have some normal, some cin 1, cin 2 and a bit of cin 3. So a 'cin3' result really means I have at LEAST a tiny bit of cin3,,, but in my case, 90 percent was cin 1 or 2. But they have to write cin3 bc at least some of those cells exist. ... (2 replies)
... I am curious to know how quick CIN 2 changes into CIN 3, then into cancer. I am aware that everyone is different but even just an estimate of how this moves can help. ... (0 replies)
... technically, it's still precancer, which is why the "carcinoma in situ" designation has largely been abandoned, and medical professionals now use the terms CIN 1, 2, and 3 to describe the various stages of precancer. ... (2 replies)
... Hi i have been called back to colposcopy in a week's time, first colp they took a biopsy, and an ecc. the results were cin 111. from biopsy. when they gave results i had leep, called back and said leep cin. ... (0 replies)
... Let me start by saying, thank you for your posts, they are helpful and relieving. I was first diagnosed with hr hpv in 2006, since then i have had abnormal paps which started with ascus? And i believe are now and have been for the last two years cin1 or lsil (not sure what the difference is) but its the lowest one with atypical cell changes, i have had three colpos and all... (10 replies)
... I only know about the CIN cells, which are a type of atypical cells. In some circles, I've heard atypical cells referred to as the changes in cells BEFORE they even get to the CIN stage. ... (10 replies)
... cin 2 ! The result dont really scared me because usulally with this result u repeat the pap smear in 3 months and if comeback the some they make a surgery ! ... (19 replies)
... cin 2 ? ... (9 replies)
... AMENamenAMEN! Many women (and even doctors) have an assuption that the pap will detect all bad cervical changes. The truth is, it doesn't. The pap only samples the cells on the outer cervix (1/3 of the cervix), not the cervical canal. The outer cervix might be fine, but there could be problems in the canal.
From what I've read, the progression is 5-10 years. I'm not... (6 replies)
... of CIN 3 will progress into cervical cancer if left untreated. ... (6 replies)
... how quick can CIN 1 turn into cervical cancer? ... (6 replies)
... It is possible for CIN 1, CIN 2 and CIN 3 to regress, although the more severe the cell changes become the less likelihood there is of it going away. ... (3 replies)
... Like mild, moderate, severe or CIN 1, CIN 2, CIN 3? ... (8 replies)
... at point. I remember my doc saying don't worry its not cancer and then I remember doing some of my own research and I thought I read that its cervical dysplasia, CIN 1, CIN 2, and CIN 3, then pre cancer and then cancer in that order. Well, in reading last night it stated that CIN 1 CIN 2 and CIN 3 are precancer? ... (6 replies)
... sually resolves on its own and isn't a big concern to her or her practice. Usually patients are told to return in 6 months to a year to repap. This may go on for 2 years before a colpo is performed if ASCUS remains and does not get better. ... (12 replies)
... I have been diagnosed with HSIL by my most recent pap, but after a colposcopy, the doc has only found CIN 1. Now I have been to 2 different doctors and had 3 colposcopies since my HSIL test results have come back and not one of them has come back with CIN II or III. ... (2 replies)