... und in the cervical canal. I think this is called CGIN. My doc is recommending me to have a cone biopsy asap. She told me a Cone biopsy is better for me than the Leep since it is in the canal. ... (7 replies)
... oday i feel some discomfort only. Try not to work yourself up too much! My dr Said that treatment of abnormal cells is very successful and going from abnormal to cancer takes a long time. ... (7 replies)
... I have moderate cervical dysplasia and have to have a LEEP soon. I'm very scared that they will get in there and find it is cancer. I've heard that doesn't happen frequently but that it can happen. ... (7 replies)
... g that I would recommend is not searching online too much. Most of the stories you will read online are the worst case scenario, and the reality is that cervical cancer is totally treatable and preventable if caught early. This is what the pap is for. It detects cells that can become cancerous WAY before they actually do. ... (22 replies)
... Thanks for writing back, my pap smear was a week ago and it was abnormal saying i had asc-h they never explained it to me because i had no insurance and had done at health department and they cant explain test results, but i went today to docter to make an appointment but instead of setting me up for colposcopy they set me up for a pap in 2 weeks because the ob doctor wants to... (22 replies)
... My doctors assured me that if it was full blown cancer that they would most likely be able to see it and that the reason for all of this is to catch to early. I have finished all of my testing and I was CIN3. ... (22 replies)
... cancer. those who identify it as cancer do so a stage zero. ... (5 replies)
... h Dr sent me for colocopy it came back hsil so the June 22,2016 I had leep procedure. On July 6 I received a call from my Dr that the results were invasive cervical cancer . ... (1 replies)
... Sorry to hear about your diagnosis. I had surgery for ovarian cancer last year, so I know what you're going through. My advice would be to get yourself seen today, yes today. What you've described needs immediate attention. ... (1 replies)
... th bleeding during and after sex and my periods have doubled in length and amount with large clots! In the last 12 years I've had countless abnormal paps, had 3 leep procedures done and 2 coloscopy! ... (3 replies)
... I'm 32 years old and over the last 12 years I've had 3 leep procedures done and 2 coloscopy and several abnormal paps now I am having bleeding with sex and with activities heavy bleeding and clots! ... (0 replies)
... Hi, k2539. I'm so sorry you're having to deal with all this.
I'm hoping that your colposcopy will show that further treatment is not needed, but if that is not the case I strongly encourage you to get a second opinion before you make any decisions. If possible you should consult with a gyn oncologist, as they are the experts in cancer and pre-cancer.
There really are... (3 replies)
... There was a period of a week or two right after my leep where I didn't bleed. and since then I have been bleeding on and off. ... (1 replies)
... erwise different. My abnormal cells were glandular and it sounds like yours are not, which is a good thing. My dysplasia was also higher up in the canal where my LEEP was not able to reach and remove it at all, so eventually I did have a hysterectomy. ... (1 replies)
... and was told by the doctor that I had a high level of changes and he wanted me to go in for a LEEP. So, last week I had the LEEP done, this Monday he told me the cells weren't cancer nor precancerous but he wants me to go for a colposcopy in February to check the surrounding cells. ... (1 replies)
... I agree - You need to understand all the details of your previous and current diagnoses before proceeding with treatment. There is a lot of over-treatment including unnecessary LEEP's (and other cervical treatments) and many unnecessary hysterectomies (76% do not meet ACOG criteria).
They even changed the pap smear guidelines to start testing later (at age 21) and only... (5 replies)
... I had CINIII and CIS 30 years ago and I had cryosurgery in the doctors office, one treatment and the problem was solved. I always advise cryosurgery. These new leep and all that stuff is more destructive IMO
you're slicing off layers of your cervix. Cryosurgery will freeze the surface cells and they will sluff off. It's painless, and much less risky than the other... (6 replies)
... I went through a long process but, I just got my LEEP results back. ... (1 replies)
... nd it's the weekend tomorrow, and I want to call back and ask him but I mean.. I'm sure he wouldn't put it off if it was really serious, and we only have a small cancer clinic here so maybe it is what it is.. I don't know. I'm so lost right now. ... (0 replies)
... is a pre cancerous condition which means that it is not yet cancer at all, it means that left untreated then it could possibly turn into cancer in the future, more often than not this would take years to do. ... (12 replies)