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... Just wanted to add this to my original reply... I read some statistics the other day that said there are 600,000 cases of diagnosed dysplasia, and out of these, only 14,000 will become invasive cancer. ... (17 replies)
... Hi, I'm new to this board and just happened to stumble upon this post today. I too had mild dysplasia and was treated with a Leep in 2000. ... (36 replies)
... I'm 23 years old...yet to be married...and already thoughts of adoption are going through my head. I don't know what the point of this entry really is...but I guess I just need support and motivation right now. I've been depressed since I heard of the diagnosis in March. ... (36 replies)

... I was diagnosed with HPV and Moderate Cervical Dysplasia. They tried freezing the cells and I later had an abnormal pap again so it didn't work. ... (36 replies)
... I only ask because there were several TRA studies in the 1980s and early 1990s, and Surwit led most but not all of them. Hmm, maybe I will try to contact him. ... (31 replies)
... No, it's not likely that the dysplasia is coming out. Dysplasia is defined as changes to the cells of the cervix or vagina. These changes are part of the cervix and not anything that can come out without some sort of procedure. ... (2 replies)
... Doctors are there to serve us. From what I've read, Paps miss 40% of the time. Demand a colposcopy. Do it for your sanity. (5 replies)
Back Again
Aug 28, 2007
... The chances are slim that the results of the LEEP will be worse than the biopsy was. It is possible but pretty unlikely. ... (14 replies)
... I was thinking maybe they didn't realize my history when they left the message. The message was back in June BTW. Life just got the best of me and I forgot about it until Friday when I checked and found out the results. ... (5 replies)
... a LEEP or that they can cure it on their own. I think we really have to consider what our advise to might lead people to do, or NOT do, and what the consquences of that might be. ... (34 replies)
... or more of mild dysplasia spontaneously regresses, but how do we know what those women were doing in their lives to help that situation out? ... (19 replies)
... moderate cervical dysplasia and if this helped you in the long run? ... (2 replies)
My story
Apr 30, 2005
... Hey everyone! First of all,I would like to say thank you to everyone who posts here, sometimes knowing we are not alone is the only thing that keeps some of us sane. ... (5 replies)
... You don't know if your partner was the one who gave it to you unless he was your first... You cannot re-infect your self with the same strain like herpes so don't worry about passing it back and forth. But, if you meet someone new, you are at risk for catching the low strains (warts). (36 replies)
... my Dr. said that having children down the road should not be a problem. It only becomes a problem if you have to have multiple LEEP procedures and more and more of the cervix is removed. But even people who have had multiple LEEP procedures have kids, the Drs. simply sew the baby in so to speak. ... (36 replies)
... ecause im only 20. unfortunately im on an immunosuppressant called immuran which also poses a possible risk for infertility. also im wondering if the possibility of dysplasia reoccurring is increased since i am on an immunosuppressant....so i guess ill have to talk to my doc about that one. ... (36 replies)
... so yes, chances of it coming back are very very small ... however it happens. ... (36 replies)
... I am having the leep done this friday and have had many of the same questions you are asking. ... (36 replies)
... i was reading the board and just want to say that i also had mild dysplasia in 1996 right after the birth of my twins. ... (36 replies)
... ur cervix extremely... there is the cerclage. It works wonders I heard. They first, look at your cervix and get an idea. Let's say it's bad... around 16 weeks of pregnancy, they will put it in....it's like a purse stitch so nothing can slip out. Then, a couple weeks before delivery, the untie it. ... (36 replies)




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