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... e me feel better. And makes sense too. I am just so shocked to have gone from CIN I to CIN III in a matter of months. I really don't want the results from the LEEP to be holding any additional surprises. ... (33 replies)
... When they do the pathology after the LEEP, they will definitely be able to tell if anything is going on in the canal. So no worries. ... (33 replies)
... When I had my laser surgery my insurance would't pay for me to go to the hospital & have it done. My Dr. had to rent the machine & I had to go to his office & have it done. No local, nothing! After I had the 1st one within 3 or 6 months I had to have it done again. The Dr. ask me doesn't this hurt. I said what am I suppose to do. Jill (33 replies)

... and three weeks later the Dr. is telling me that he wouldn't be able to tell I HAD a LEEP if he didn't do it himself. ... (33 replies)
... since all of the pathology work was done at the local hospital. ... (70 replies)
... When I called and made the appt. I was only asked about my pathology reports. ... (70 replies)
... Well poo.... Oncologist appt. on Thursday morning... List of question - check Copies of pathology - check Insurance info - check Stern lecture typed of because of the failure of my ob/gyn - check Contemplating printing up a t-shirt "All I want is a happy cervix" ... I'm sure that will get a few stares... So is that everything or am I missing something? (70 replies)
... I couldn't wait so I called the Dr. this morning and ran down to get the rest of the pathology reports... ... (70 replies)
... I second that! :bouncing: (70 replies)
... onc since you have the AIS on your pathology report. ... (70 replies)
... Now for the good news. Your pathology report indicates glandular lesion "only. ... (70 replies)
... our doctors dont omit very careful details about our diagnosis, have people we dont know jabbing this or that into our nether regions or bits cut out of us, read pathology reports, call specialists, go to what could be life changing appointments and carry on after the fact....And in the midst of all these things enjoy life. ... (70 replies)
... with the "carcinoma in situ" diagnosis, I asked for the pathology from the LEEP. ... (70 replies)
... Actually the pathology for the ECC was clear. ... (70 replies)
... Luvbug, does your pathology report clearly state that two types of cells are involved, squamous and glandular? ... (70 replies)
... You may want to get a copy of the pathology lab. I'd be interested in knowing specifics, or you can PM me. Thanks much for replying. ... (70 replies)
... the pathology from the LEEP he seemed rather surprised he was telling me about AIS as well. But, from what I understand this isn't all THAT unusual or rare. ... (70 replies)
LEEP Today
Feb 17, 2009
... don't think you should worry, but like someone else just said that is like telling someone to not breath. So the best I can say is learn what you can about your pathology reports, but don't read people's horror stories. Stick with the medical pages. ... (13 replies)
... Do you know what your pathology reports have said? ... (1 replies)
... I'm glad you talked with her and feel alittle better from that discussion. Yes, everyone is different. One thing I've read about bleeding at about 7-10 days is that when the scab falls off or stitches start to discolve sometimes there is a little more bleeding than there had been. I experienced that after my hyst. As long as you aren't filling a pad per hour, you... (3 replies)




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