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... The doctor will give you the results of the pathology report and tell you what your next plan of action is (wait and recheck if everything is ok or tell you what further procedures you might need). I strongly suggest you go and find out what the results were. (4 replies)
... I suggest you get copies of your pathology reports and of the doctors' visits, if possible. They will give you a better idea of what is going on. ... (1 replies)
... Do you know how deep your LEEP went? ... (5 replies)

... but she did do an ECC and said her staff would get back to me if the pathology results were normal, which she expected. ... (5 replies)
... I had my post-op checkup (two weeks) yesterday. As soon as the speculum was in place I felt uncomfortable pressure. Low pain, more pressure. He said I was about 90% healed which is good.....but more tender than I thought. Actually, that is the first pain I have felt from the surgery! Didn't feel any in the past 2 weeks! (5 replies)
... hi all! i was cleared last week at my 3 week follow up. good report, final pathology was cin 1, glandular involvement, margins all clear! yay! 6 month follow up. resumed all normal activities with NO problems at all. ... (5 replies)
... Since the LEEP I feel extremely relieved and less worried. I am still worried about getting the pathology report and can't really 'let my guard down' that it's 'all okay' until I hear that they got it all and that there was nothing invasive. ... (20 replies)
... Had my leep on Oct 1st. ... (3 replies)
... I am totally with you in that I would have completely opted for laser ablation over LEEP, but my doctor didn't offer it. And thank God she didn't because the pathology from the LEEP diagnosed me with adenocarcinoma in situ when previously my diagnosis was only CIN 2. ... (2 replies)
... margins from a LEEP or cone, you'd have the same follow up as someone who had laser and no idea whether all disease was eradicated. ... (2 replies)
... But yes, they DO take the tissue removed from the LEEP and send it for pathology. ... (18 replies)
... In view of the discrepency between Pap smear , colposcopic and pathology findings, a diagnostic LEEP excision is recommended. ... (18 replies)
LEEP results
Jul 16, 2009
... Let us know when you get your pathology report. ... (3 replies)
LEEP results
Jul 16, 2009
... I will call and get the pathology reports. I should have asked while I was there. ... (3 replies)
LEEP results
Jul 16, 2009
... To get your pathology report, call the doctor's office and ask them to send you a copy of the pathology report. Some offices charge to mail it to you so you might want to go pick it up. ... (3 replies)
LEEP results
Jul 16, 2009
... I had LEEP two weeks ago. I went in for my follow up today. The dr. said that the margins were clear but close to the edge. ... (3 replies)
... With all of that being said, I don't want to disuade you from getting a LEEP if that is in fact indicated. It is a simple procedure done in the office in less than 15 minutes. ... (19 replies)
... No, I don't think so. I am talking about the pathology report. ... (19 replies)
... and since my pathology from my surgery was totally clean, it couldn't be justified since I thankfully had no residual disease and it therefore wouldn't affect my future treatment. ... (19 replies)
... exact wording of the pap and biopsies is helpful, if you are ok with that. The ladies on this board have become very adept at interpreting the medical jargon on pathology reports, unfortunately through necessity! ... (19 replies)


Associated Tags: cervical cancer, cin3, colposcopy, hysterectomy, leep

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