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... columnar junction and extending to the endocervical margin". The ECC came back negative. ... (1 replies)
... I don't have long before I have to get offline, but I'll try to answer some of your questions. First of all the pap is only a sampling of the outer cervix. Ask for copies of the pathology reports from those previous paps. They'll actually tell you if the doctor got a good sample (sometimes they don't, and they certainly don't usually tell patients). For those reasons, I... (11 replies)
... The Qiagen requires 5,000 copies present to be postive. They do that purposefully so that minor, unimportant infections do not cause a positive result. ... (38 replies)

... I have also tested negative for hpv since my original surgery. Part of my doc's argument was well, the hpv may show up again at some point, and knowing you are positive will do nothing but make you worry, and since we are keeping a close eye on you, we won't let anything happen. ... (38 replies)
... again the doc might fight you on it. A lot of them say if you have cellular changes, then it's evidence of hpv and therefore they don't need to know if you are positive or not. ... (38 replies)
... C, ECC and then the CKC, in that order. ... (38 replies)
... hington DC I had a normal Pap and was tested negative for HPV. I moved to California and in March 2010 my new family doctor did a pap which turned out ASCUS and positive for HPV. ... (5 replies)
... dna came back positive for high risk HPV. For various reasons, my doctor didn't make me come back for retesting, she sent me on to a gyno. ... (38 replies)
... dna test with my pap. The pap was fine, but the HPV test showed positive for high risk HPV. I had a colpo almost 2 months later. ... (1 replies)
... he was very reassuring! She said my results noted that the CIN1 was a type of cell from the outside of the cervix, so the original dr. should have known that my ECC was contaminated and not an actual positive ECC. ... (2 replies)
... I deceided to try to find onother oncologyst and to dont make a conization without a positive ECC ! ... (19 replies)
... I had an abnormal Pap in October, with a positive test for High Risk HPV. ... (5 replies)
What is ECC??
Apr 30, 2007
... Hi Diamond, thanks so much for replying! I don't think my doctor did an ECC with colposcopy last time... ... (4 replies)
... Just got the results back for the ECC I had done last Friday. And they are NORMAL !! ... (1 replies)
... Hi aerin, sorry to hear you are having to deal with this. I just wanted to comment on the "false positive rates" of ECC's. ... (1 replies)
... Hi all! I am 22 and have had a colposcopy, two biopsies, and an ECC done following an abnormal pap. I have found these boards to be extremely helpful throughout this whole ordeal and now I have a couple questions. ... (1 replies)
... always good to hear positive success stories! hopefully you have many more normal paps to come!!! ... (6 replies)
... I am beginning to not trust my Dr. after researching on the Internet. Due to me having a positive ECC for CINIII/CIS, I have found that the best way to eliminate this is with a cold-knife biopsy. I had the LEEP (couple of passes). I had the LEEP exactly ONE week ago & my Dr. said if I haven't already had sex...that I can go ahead & start!! Anyone else think that is... (2 replies)
... I had a LEEP in september of last year for CIN1 with a positive ECC. ... (2 replies)
... It's more precice and a clearer cut with the knife, but has a slightly higher incidence of bleeding or future issues with pregnancies than leeps (but still is VERY rare and can be worked with--- somehting like 1 or 2 percent) You will be under, which is better for the dr to get a precise cut, and they tend to take a bit more with the cone than the leep. Also used commonly... (7 replies)

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