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... dyslasias will not progress into cancer at all and the body is able to clear the dysplasia on it's own. ... (6 replies)
HSIL with CIN 1?
Jan 1, 2013
... I have been diagnosed with HSIL by my most recent pap, but after a colposcopy, the doc has only found CIN 1. Now I have been to 2 different doctors and had 3 colposcopies since my HSIL test results have come back and not one of them has come back with CIN II or III. ... (3 replies)
Cin 1
Jul 21, 2010
... May I ask how old you are? ... (3 replies)

... I highly recommend calling and demanding to speak to the doctor before your appointment in order to discuss what exactly he plans to do. I definitely wouldn't feel comfortable having a LEEP without discussing what exactly they are going to do. ... (23 replies)
... She is not God and cannot know when you will die. Cervical cancer used to kill lots of women but, thanks to screening, is almost totally preventable when detected early. ... (2 replies)
... was normal, so I contracted the HPV last year to year and a half, depending on the incubation period. ... (36 replies)
... Here in the states cin 1 is followed closely with paps every 4 months until clear. Cin 2 and above are usually treated and than you have follow up paps to make sure that your remain clear. ... (3 replies)
... And how was the pregnancy? ... (20 replies)
... It is mind boggling to me... and I know, the end result is the same but I still would like to know the cause... you know how it is, just trying to understand. Do you think I should ask for my records and possibly go to an oncologist since this all seems out of the ordinary? ... (20 replies)
... when they have any cancellations to fit you in, otherwise wait the 3 weeks. ... (2 replies)
... I have. It would probably not change my regimen, but it may cause me to undergo leep sooner. ... (36 replies)
... find a reputable one who has some knowledge of cervical dysplasia! I so wish I lived in a bigger city, there's no one within a 200 mile radius from me according to the naturopath website! Long shot, but is there an online site or phone number to call to check their credentials and reputation? ... (36 replies)
... Hi Briea, LEEP can cause scar tissue, making it difficult to see the transformation zone. I was informed this happens on occassion, but isn't necessarily the norm. ... (36 replies)
... Well, my little theory about how many lesions there are may not work because I'm having trouble picturing the relevant anatomy and surgery. ... (36 replies)
... Hi Cyn, I'm so glad to hear you met someone in that short time between your LEEP and now. It has only been a year and a half, right? ... (36 replies)
... I am sorry I did not see your post earlier. Looks like you posted on the 10th and no one responded to you. ... (2 replies)
... I developed warts when I was 22 but I don't know how long before then that I actually got HPV. I'm 28 now and about to have my third colposcopy in a row. I live a lifestyle of healthy eating and fitness, healthy weight, no smoking, 1 sexual partner for the last 3 years. ... (1 replies)
... Almost a year to the day I was precisely in your shoes. ... (7 replies)
... nt who recommended this wonderful health care provider. Inform her of your treatment or lack of treatment this doctor gave you. Request that maybe she may like to accompany you to your next appointment which you can certainly make to get the complete exam and not a shorten version to simply go over your test results. ... (4 replies)
... onc, saw him yesterday and he chose to do a "deep leep" as he called it, and tool A LOT of my cervix. Now I'm supposed to go back in 2 weeks. Of course I am INSANE with worry because of the difficult and rarer nature of Adenocarcinoma. I'm scared out of my mind. ... (9 replies)


Associated Tags: cervical cancer, cin3, colposcopy, hpv+, hysterectomy, leep, lsil

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