... our story. I am sorry you were treated in such a demeaning way and were subjected to what was likely an unnecessary procedure. At least it was cryosurgery versus LEEP or cone which are supposed to be more damaging to the cervix. ... (1 replies)
... A little history, I have dysplasia and have been dealing with this off and on for what seems like years. In 08 I had a cone biopsy came back clear margins and thought all was well. I had 2 normal paps and now abnormal with cin11 and cin111 and cin1 in cervical canal. ... (25 replies)
... Hello. A few months ago I had a LEEP procedure performed and I had no problems with the procedure. However, when my results came back my doctor was very unhelpful with reading the results. ... (2 replies)
... If the pain is from the back injury, it will go away when the back rested or some healing has taken place. If it is from the leep, it will go away when the leep procedure has healed appropriately. ... (9 replies)
... I hurt my back two days before my leep. No biggy, when I laid down for the leep no painful back. ... (9 replies)
... I'm scared about my recent results of my paps. 14 years ago I had a cone biopsy done. Last year I had my first abnormal pap in years. It was a severe Cin III dysplasia. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, msbarbiq. Are you having a cold knife cone biopsy, or something done with a LEEP tool? ... (4 replies)
... to keep the cervix closed until you reach term. I would imagine that how much tissue is removed is a factor in how likely any of this is to happen. I know that cone biopsies, which remove more tissue, are more likely to lead to a weakened cervix. ... (5 replies)
... My doctor wants to do the LEEP procedure, due to unsatisfactory colposcopy. ... (0 replies)
... so he sent me to a gyn onco which i visited yesterday and he recommended the LEEP procedure for me. He said its not a matter of days or even weeks but months that this has to be done. ... (5 replies)
... not sure if thats true or not. he did a biopsy and eec endocervical curettage and they both came back severe squamous dysplasia cin 3 he then scheduled me for a leep cone biopsy for nov. ... (0 replies)
... ere are many different types of HPV. I would rather have warts than cancer, well really I would rather have neither. Mine went to Carcinoma In Situ and I had a cone biopsy procedure done. I was put under. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, yes the Mirena should still be effective. I had a LLETZ/LEEP biopsy in July, and had a Mirena inserted for the first time at the end of the operation.
Unfortunately the Mirena did not work out for me (it dislodged almost immediately afterwards) and had to be removed. But it is apparently quite common for Mirenas to be used in the aftermath of cone/LLETZ/LEEP biopsy... (1 replies)
... they took 2 biopsies, which confirmed the dysplasia, then last week I had a LEEP procedure, and they took 2 pieces out of my cervix. ... (2 replies)
... o get the "cone" surgery and am freaking out. I go to a very respected international hospital and I believe in my doctor. The problem is, they do not offer the LEEP procedure, only the knife procedure. ... (5 replies)
... I just had the cone biopsy las week and am anxiously awaiting the results. The waiting stinks and I too suffer from anxiety. ... (25 replies)
... I have been down this road before with my cone biopsy 2 years ago and I don't remember being this nervous then. I guess I am just uneasy because I didn't think it would happen again. ... (25 replies)
... I believe it is quite possible that all cells were not removed during the colposcopy. The colp is really a diagnosis tool for the most part. Some DRs will go ahead and do the leep- and then biopsy that, right from the start.
Did your DR show you your cervix during the colp? Was there a large or small area that was abnormal?
During my colp, my DR showed me my cervix,... (6 replies)
... but cutting out a cone shape. ... (1 replies)
... rmed that it would take 6 weeks before the surgery could be done due to an anesthesia consult, processing, insurance checks, etc. In the interim, I read up on a procedure called laser ablation and found that it is the procedure with the least future pregnancy complications and quickest healing time. ... (2 replies)