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... of CIN 3 will become cancer ever. Get checked of course, but I'd say you have every reason to think you will be fine! ... (2 replies)
... As you can tell by my title I'm all over the place. I have a lletz booked in at 12pm today and I have just found out that I am pregnant. Not happy in the slightest, my partner just had snip last week in a bid for no more children.. ... (5 replies)
... I have posted on this site once before as I live in England I find some of the terminology confusing. I am 30 years old and like many of the women had an unexplainable itching witht sharp pain etc which was treated as excema and thrush for around two years. ... (32 replies)

... ratch raw. This was one of the only symptoms I had when I developed HPV lesions on the vulva. During a colposcopy the doctor uses the equivalent of white vinegar and then uses a colposcope with a special light to visualize the lesions. ... (32 replies)
... Thank you for your reply. Actually in my country tha pap smear should be done once a year and since I am not so young.... This time I delayed it for 6 months almost and it was out of the blue. The result was just ASCUS. ... (12 replies)
... Mild dysplasia usually reverts to normal on its own in young women. This is why the pap smear guidelines have been changed to test every 3 years instead of every year for women who're at normal risk. ... (12 replies)
... partner had the snip last week as we decided a long time ago that we would not be having any more children. Our lives have gone in a totally different direction and we are taking over a business this year. There's no possible way that I can have another baby, not physically, emotionally or mentally. ... (5 replies)
... First congrats on the baby and the upcoming one! Mine are fifteen months apart, it's a busy time the first couple years, then it gets so much easier! ... (2 replies)
... Thank you first of all for your response . I am sorry to hear that you are going through all these problems , and especially at such a young age . ... (9 replies)
CIN III? Caner?
Nov 18, 2006
... I know this can all be really scary, and not having insurance can make an already stressful situation so much worse! ... (3 replies)
... Dr. did not want premiture labor. I had my colposcopy and the tissue cut out. Being as this has happened 3 times and cervical cancer is in the family, and my seizure meds can make me more at risk, how do I stay safe other than a yearly pap? ... (11 replies)
... cancer has a few different treatment options, and usually during pregnancy, they will monitor to see if there is progression, and then do treatment if necessary. ... (11 replies)
Pregnancy and LEEP
May 10, 2005
... d....i can definitely understand why you are donT'mention though the severity of your dysplasia...CIN 1, 2 OR 3...I had my first LEEP in sept. 04 and my second in Feb. 05...the pathology report came back saying there is probably some left over just next to where he cut so i was looking at a 3rd LEEP in June. ... (9 replies)
... t doctor said I needed a LEEP after my first abnormal pap that came back mild. My second doctor thought the first one was crazy. It is not a plesant experience and can affect pregnancy, so I wouldn't get it unless I had to. ... (11 replies)
... Its def scary I had CIN 3 about 10 yrs ago was close to your age. They did LEEP and removed the bad stuff. I went on to have 2 kids. Only issue I had was scar tissue holding the cervix shut with the first pregnancy after. The next was fine. ... (1 replies)
... consult with alternative medical practitioners about natural, homeopathic ways to strengthen and support your immune system, so that you can beat this virus once and for all. ... (1 replies)
Scared to death
May 24, 2010
... It's totally normal to be scared but rest safe in the knowledge they've caught this BEFORE it's cancer. You've got modern medicine on your side, and time. ... (3 replies)
... fledged pads. I highly recommend the Always Infinity pads if you aren't a regular pad user. I am not, and these were the best ones I could find. They were the ones that were the least awkward feeling. ... (4 replies)
... I remember asking the doctor when he was going to do the anesthetic shot and he said that he had already done it! ... (19 replies)
... I was in a total state of panic and shock when I first started going through this over two years ago now. ... (19 replies)

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