... 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)
... and have been getting paps every year since I was 15. They have always been normal. In 2011, it was ASCUS, HPV neg. However in March 2012, it suddenly jumped to HGSIL and HPV pos. ... (6 replies)
... Is Actual Cervical Cancer usually diagnosed just by the Colposcopy Results or is it usually Diagnosed through further testing..LEEP or CONE? ... (0 replies)
... Hi im 25 years old living in uk, and only just had my first smear, my results came back with CIN III and i had to have LEEP done to remove half of my cervix. This had devastated me and my boyfriend as we were really wanting to start a family.
I had to wait for results back which told me i didnt have cancer, but on one side of my biopsy the cells went to the margin. I have to... (6 replies)
... and i had HGSIL on cervix which was extremely scary. I am in the process of finding out which level of CIN i had, and i know it was moderate to severe the first time around. ... (6 replies)
... Basically all cases of CIN and cervical cancer are related to HPV one way or another. Perhaps they should retest you. ... (2 replies)
... biopsy and it showed HGSIL on my cervix and LGSIL in the endovcervix curretings. ... (5 replies)
... mended the LEEP procedure for me. He said its not a matter of days or even weeks but months that this has to be done. so does this mean that this could change to cancer in a couple of months? ... (5 replies)
... or you to make the right decision for yourself, you should seek out different opinions from different professionals. The truth is, it's not going to develop into cancer over night. You still have time to do more research and make your own decision without feeling forced. Get copies of your records and start meeting with doctors. ... (8 replies)
... I have to agree with curlyfry! You need to get a) a new Dr. b) a second opinion c) a new Dr.
Don't ever feel pressured into anything like major surgery until you seek a second opinion. If he is so sure it is cancer, I would recommend tracking down a gyn onc immediately.
If it helps in knowing here is a quick blurb on my little trip. I'm in my mid-30s so our ages don't... (8 replies)
... uterine cancer my grandmother from bone.. ... (8 replies)
... Need some HELP/ADVICE...here is my story...Had biopsy done on 4/11/11 went back to Gyno 4/25 for results...He says to me that i have moderate cervical dysplasia on outter cervix! (OMG) by the way first time bad reading on a pap since i was 16years old and now am 38...then he goes on to tell me that the inner cervix has high grade lesion (cin 2) in glandluar? ( I panicking at... (8 replies)
... These are categories of dysplasia, not yet cancer but abnormal cells. ... (4 replies)
... en treat AIS during pregnancy let alone call for an abortion. I would think that would only be necessary if your life was in danger and there was proof that your cancer was advanced. ... (5 replies)
... ave a few questions regarding HGSIL, that i can't seem to find answers on. A little background, Im 12 weeks pregnant and my pap, colpo, and biopsy came back with HGSIL with gland involvement. I found out i have HPV with my first preg when i was 25. ... (5 replies)
... Hi my name is ashley I am 25 years old and just received the news that I had a HGSIL on my pap. I was supposed to have a leep done 5 years ago and never went back to take care of it. ... (2 replies)
... Hi there, I know how scary it can be when you first receive an abnormal smear and given that you lost two members of your family to cervical cancer it is even more understandable to be concerned. However you should know that cervical cancer is not genetic or hereditary. ... (13 replies)
... I know that HGSIL on a pap is inconclusive and even if it is an accurate screen that HGSIL does not necessarily mean cancer. I'm just really scared and being in pain along with fear is not a fun place to be. ... (5 replies)
... The ECC is like a pap, but it is up into the cervical canal. Your description is pretty right on . . . "lovely" NOT! I won't lie. It was uncomfortable. I knew it wouldn't be uncomfortable, but it wasn't what I expected. I also think I was holding my breath and was so very anxious (and never told the doctor that).
The scraping too longer than a pap (I think), but not... (14 replies)
... I think what your doctor should have said is that it has the potential to become cervical cancer if not treated!! If you go to all your follow ups, the chance of actually getting cancer is really, really low! ... (14 replies)