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... NORMAL pap, and no presence of HPV!!! ... (6 replies)
... Has anyone had LGSIL and high risk HPV and decided to have a hysterectomy? ... (2 replies)
... Sorry you're dealing with this! I've done a lot of research since having an unnecessary hysterectomy that turned my life upside down. Many abnormal paps and even HPV infections resolve on their own especially in young women such as you. It seems I read that HPV infections can take up to two years to go away. ... (1 replies)

... and my gyno shrugged it off and said "don't worry." Had another abnormal pap, and then a colpo and biopsy 4 months later... ... (9 replies)
... I'm glad you posted this. I've been confused with my doctors. In December I had a hgsil pap result. Did a colposcopy and it came back completely clean. except for a bit of cervicitis. So he told me to come back in 6 months. So in June I did. ... (1 replies)
... In janurary it showed LGSIL. I went wednesday and had a repap done and now i have to wait 2 to 4 weeks for the results. My GYN said if there are changes then we will have to do something. If no changes then i come back in December. ... (6 replies)
... My coloposcopy should that i had LGSIL and i tested positive for high risk HPV. My GYN did tell me when they do the colopscopy they smear a substance on it and abnormal cells will appear white. That way they have a better idea where to biopsy. ... (6 replies)
... biopsy about 2 weeks ago due an abnormal papsmear that found cervial changes from HPV. I have LGSIL, and Dr. did 3 biopsies on me on 3 different area... ... (3 replies)
... to calcium deficency which left me with osteopenia at age 25, to mineral depletions and so on. My pap came back with LGSIL at the end of February 2003 and I had a colpo done in March, which showed only LGSIL and nothing more. This happened at the same time I found out I had osteopenia and estrogen deficiency, too. ... (0 replies)
... I've had 2 coloscopies and they were only slightly worse than a regular pap. The doctor suggested motrin or advil beforehand but I didn't take anything. During the procedure, my Dr. ... (2 replies)
... without any medication, during or after. I found that ibuprofen helped me with the cramping after the procedures. The gynecological cancers in women grow slowly and the best thing that you can do for yourself is to do just what you are doing now, staying current with your exams. Hang in there! ... (2 replies)
... I'm sorry this abnormal pap has you so concerned. It may ease your mind a bit to know that low grade dysplasia oftentimes resolves on its own. HPV is so common and comes and goes and most types do not cause cervical cancer. ... (2 replies)
... I'm 35 years old and for the first time my papa came back abnormal. I had a colposcopy biopsy. My doctor wants to wait 2 months to do cone biopsy. Why? ... (0 replies)
... I am a little freaked out. I am almost 27, and have been getting paps every year since I was 15. They have always been normal. In 2011, it was ASCUS, HPV neg. However in March 2012, it suddenly jumped to HGSIL and HPV pos. ... (6 replies)
... abnormal pap followed by colposcopy. It was a month after my first child was born. I was never given the results just told to follow up in 6 months, which I did and had been clear since. ... (1 replies)
... In March of last year 2011 I went for my regular pelvic and breast exam. I am 39 years old.The pap came back ASCUS with high risk hpv. ... (3 replies)
... I almost wish my follow up was in 3 months and not 6 just to find out what happes next. ... (5 replies)
... I am also a prenursing student hoping to get that acceptance letter in the next month or two and be on the floor as an RN by the end of 2013. ... (6 replies)
... My wife just received her pap results indicating abnormal cells present (first time ever and she is 41 yo). Cells determined to be LGSIL, however they are not dysplasia, not cancerous, not precancerous and an HPV test was done and result was negative (all of this is verbatim from letter). Recommend follow up pap done at 6 months. She wants a colposcopy done immediately to... (0 replies)
High Risk LGSIL
Feb 23, 2010
... High risk has to do with the type of HPV. High risk HPV has the potential to cause cancer. Usually it does NOT cause cancer. Low risk HPV causes warts. But BOTH types can cause dysplasia on your cervix. ... (1 replies)

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