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... Hi everyone. This is my first time posting. I found this site while looking up information about cervical cancer and decided to post because I really need to talk to people who have experience with what I'm going through. ... (2 replies)
... persistant CIS as well for the past three years and on occasion have experienced post coital bleeding as well as pain during intercourse. ... (6 replies)
... ill in my prayers. I know you are scared but everything is going to be okay. You are young and have youth on your side to beat this. The key is for us to take care of ourselves in every way possible. ... (4 replies)

... I had my LEEP done on Aug. 30, 2005. Since we are military our options are limited on where I go for procedures and since our military hosp. has a colposcopy clinic and performs LEEPs weekly in office I was required to have the procedure completed there. ... (2 replies)
... nd the whole experience lasted no longer than a pap. It caused slight bleeding that lasted for a few days afterwards though. Nothing a pantyliner coulnd't take care of. Some people get cramps, but I didn't. ... (5 replies)
... I really wish you luck with getting this taken care of. If your doctor believes that a cone will be curative, I'm sure she knows what she's talking about. ... (41 replies)
... be interested in finding out more about your situation, since it was so similar to mine, if you do not mind. Did you have a LEEP or other procedures done to take care of the cin 3 with glandular involvement? ... (41 replies)
... booked, and maybe they just do it because they can't accomodate the volume. It is possible. There are some very good things about Canada's health care system, and some very bad ones. ... (3 replies)
... I was looking for some insight..I know your post is old, but I was wondering if you ever found anything out regarding this? ... (1 replies)
... I am also new here, I was diagnosed with mild stage 1 dysplasia Sept2009. I went for a Colposcopy and was told my immune system would probably take care of it by itself, and to come back in 6 months. When I returned I had spread to stage 5 severe dysplasia. It was the scariest moment I have yet to have. ... (9 replies)
... when she got ill and I took care of her until her death nine months later. ... (9 replies)
... The colposcopy and biopsy wasnt too bad but he did find a lesion and removed most of it completely....it was close to 2MM. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks for your reply. It's been 2 days since I heard my results from the colposcopy and I have called the doctor a few times, but they are the ones putting me on hold. Apparently they are having issues scheduling it themselves. ... (20 replies)
... onc was reassuring, like I said. That was the first place where it seemed there was an end in sight and that there was a clear cut "this will take care of that" type of conversation. She gave me several treatment options and I had a choice. Up to that point, I had no choice. I just had to do the next step. ... (30 replies)
... I'm perfectone and I just recently joined this message board.I have posted some also. As in one of my post I had said that on the 26th of January I had my second colop and biopsy. The doctor said both times my cervix looked good but still did the biopsy. ... (89 replies)
... and wants to take care of things as early as possible. That's how you want this handled. ... (89 replies)
... I was diagnosed with high risk HPV in January, had the colposcopy and ECC in March, the cone biopsy in April, had another cold knife cone and my hysterectomy in May. It is all a blur! It was a whirlwind cancer diagnosis. ... (30 replies)
... Hello Pickle Eyes, Thank you so much for your reply. What you went through sounds *so* much worse, I know I would have been scared to death.... I have considered a gyn/oncologist - but haven't tried to find one yet. The next step in my current plan is to go for a second opinion with a different ob/gyn (next week). I'm hoping to find one that I'm more comfortable with... (12 replies)
... I don't know much about the British health care system, but from what you've written I'd be very frustred. I recommend you push to be seen by someone else. This is a very long post, I apologize in advance. ... (4 replies)
... That said, it does mean you have to stay very active in your health care and follow up. ... (5 replies)


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