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Cancer: Cervical & Ovarian Message Board


Cancer: Cervical & Ovarian Board Index


Severe dysplasia and carcinoma-in-situ are both being placed in the category of CIN III. Mild dysplasia is called CIN I and moderate dysplasia is called CIN II.

Cervical dysplasia should be considered to be pre-cancerous, but not cancer. Statistically, mild dysplasia is more likely to go away without any treatment than severe dysplasia, which has a higher probability of becoming invasive cancer over time if not treated. I was diagnosed with mild dysplasia in 1985 which was then called "a 2" and , as often happens, it reverted to a "1" by itself. No one ever told me it would probably revert to a one; I found out about that later following the doctor's suggestion of a hysterectomy which I ignored. So "check with" your dr. and find out if these have been
CIN I, CIN II OR CIN III'S.





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