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... Negative for atypical hyperplasia and malignancy. ... (1 replies)
... d she gave me three options and made me choose my treatment path. My options were hysterectomy, trachelectomy, or surveillance to preserve fertility. I opted for surveillance since I still wish to have children. I have had routine paps and ECC for one year since the leep. ... (1 replies)
... I've done a lot of research about gyn issues since having an unnecessary hysterectomy by my gynecologist of 20 years. Here's what I've discovered about paps and cervical changes. ... (1 replies)

... I think that thickened endometrial stripe may necessitate a hysterectomy for me. ... (56 replies)
... sorry to hear about your results. The waiting is no fun. I was in the same spot you are a few months ago, and have researched the heck out of atypical glandular cells. They are more rare than the normal atypical squamous results most women get, and most gyns have never dealt with them. ... (56 replies)
... Sorry to hear what you've been going through! It doesn't sound pleasant. What a drag to have to wait so long for the next set of tests too. ... (10 replies)
... I've always gone to my annual exams. My paps have always been good. I went for my pap in December. ... (10 replies)
... hope I've made my experience sound like "my experience" and not as part of the "this generally is what is true" part. If, at any point I confuse you, please ask for clarification. I'll check back in a few hours. ... (4 replies)
... donut hole for atypical cells. ... (3 replies)
... I had a cold knife cone April 4th under general anesthesia. I was nauseated at the hospital, but they gave me meds for that right away and I was ok in about 30 minutes. I don't remember any more cramping than a regular period's cramping, and I don't normally cramp very much. ... (3 replies)
... Remember, the Pap smear is only for screening for atypical cells. ... (10 replies)
... and they have all come back with atypical cells. But, my doctor tells me that I have many years before this would cause me a problem. Why am I going every two months then? ... (9 replies)
... I wish I had answers for you. My cone came back with carcinoma in situ and unclear round of biopsies show atypical cells. My doctor is also doing the wait and see. ... (3 replies)
... glad you thought to follow up with your gyn oncologist. Between your two docs, you should be able to get to the bottom of this, even though the period of waiting for tests and results can be so stressful. I'm keeping you in my thoughts for good results at your next visits. Sending hugs your way. ... (3 replies)
... I had a Leep 2.5 years ago for AIS. At the time, my gyn said the margins came back clear. Since then, I've had normals paps. Until this past November. ... (3 replies)
... ed up in February, and lasted 5 weeks. i already had a my pap appointment made 2 months ahead of time. They proceeded with my pap, which came back with result of Atypical Glandular Cells. So, I went today for a colposcropy, biopsies, and uterine biopsy. My period just ended YESTERDAY. Was that too soon to have these tests run? ... (1 replies)
... girls I am also new I posted already but I wanted to say I wish I had some helpful information. I actually have 3 kids and am 37 so I would be just fine with a hysterectomy so I def feel for you guys trying to keep things and deal with these possiblities. ... (2 replies)
... Welcome to the boards. I know at this point it can be terrifying to get these kinds of results. The first time I had an abnormal pap I was 22. I did the colposcopy with biopsy and then proceeded with the LEEP. After going for repeat pap every 4-6 months, I was finally cleared. Fast forward to this year, and I'm dealing with the same thing but I'm now 27with no children.... (2 replies)
... under general anesthesia. I think I was in the OR about an hour, maybe a little more because they looked at my tissues while I was still under to determine if a hysterectomy was needed. It took longer to recover from the anesthesia than it did for the procedure. ... (56 replies)
... The bleeding is painless. Don 't feel bad asking questions...I bounced a lot off of you, too! I really wish I would have just been told I needed a hysterectomy. I just feel like it is still looming over my head because of the cystic ovary that my regular gyn wants to follow up on in November. If it needs to be done, I wish it would get done before January 1st as I have... (56 replies)

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