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... Hi there -- Sorry to hear that you've been going through this. Pickle and Alix have given you good advice. I've never heard of anyone having that many LEEPs either, although I suspect given your young age they are trying to treat you as conservatively as possible. You definitely want to follow your doctor's advice, although as Pickle suggested, perhaps a referral to an... (3 replies)
... I do not believe in naturopathic treatments only, hence my decision to have the LEEP done for CIN 1. ... (9 replies)
... Or did LEEP fail to eliminate the CIN 1? ... (9 replies)

... I just had leep for Cin 1, LSIL. It was a decision I made together with my doctor, although he didn't encourage me since LSIL has high chances of going away alone. ... (9 replies)
... Hi and thanks for your reply. I did tell my partners, both of the ones I could've gotten it from (and of course, each of them pointed a finger at the other); even though my type does not affect men, I'd feel like a liar if I withheld info (in case they pursued other sexual relationships. I could not manage being the cause of another woman's infection). I've had this for 12... (36 replies)
... ne or more types of genital HPV. It's extremely common. Second, if you haven't had a colposcopy with biopsy, then your doctor is only speculating that you have CIN 1. CIN 1 is a histological diagnosis that can only come from a tissue biopsy. If your pap showed LGSIL, you may or may not be CIN 1. ... (36 replies)
... Ironically, both recent partners were tested for every STD a man can be tested for, including herpes 1 and 2, and negative for all of them, but I STILL got HR HPV. ... (36 replies)
... I was wondering what treatment other women on this board were recommended with this biopsy result? ... (6 replies)
... I had a LEEP 9 years ago for an ASCUS pap that turned out to be CIN 1 . Absolutely no mention of a hysterectomy. That does seem rather drastic....good luck. ... (3 replies)
... No, you don't need to try to have kids now. Even if your CIN advanced and needed treatment with a LEEP, it really doesn't affect your ability to have children. ... (2 replies)
... Good luck! The treatment for CIN certainly isn't fun, but it's very effective. ... (1 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)
Cin 1
Jul 21, 2010
... I've never heard of using hormones to reverse dysplasia. I'll have to go read about that. Maybe it is a new treatment option. ... (3 replies)
... Stage 1 involves the primary site only. ... (4 replies)
'abnormal cells'
Mar 23, 2009
... With mild I think the chances of it reverting back to normal are GREAT! I think its the UK designation of the staging of abnormalities (w/ CIN) that is utilized here in the states. Look at it this way - it is being caught early!!!! If your body clears it - great.... if not you'll be under treatment :) (7 replies)
... Just wanted to chime in and say I know what you're going through. I was told I have CIN III last Tuesday and I've been going from confused, to scared, to depressed, to numb, to ok, then all back through the cycle again ever since they called. ... (12 replies)
... OH, I am so sorry you are feeling so scared, but do know that you are not alone. I am going through the same thing right now. From the sounds of things, you have mild dysplasia. The most important thing for you to remember here is that it is mild. Even if it is moderate, you are a long way from having cancer. The next important thing to remember is that you went and it... (12 replies)
... Ok now I have more questions... I was tested 4 years ago (roughly) because I was nearing the age limit where the vaccine is no longer effective, and that came back negative at that time. Do you still think HPV has been lurking in my system somehow with this many years of regular paps and three negative HPV tests? :confused: Or is it more likely I got exposed recently? It... (20 replies)
... the less virus hpv produces. That's because the high risk types, which you can assume are responsible for any problem beyond CIN 1, integrates its own dna into that of the host cell. ... (20 replies)
... ll me that HPV often goes away on its own, especially in younger women, and instead I had a colposcopy and biopsy done on the 16th. The result showed that I have CIN 1, and she wants me to go into surgery ASAP. I am definitely looking for a second opinion, because I would like to deal with this as unobtrusively as possible. ... (4 replies)


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