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Cancer: Cervical & Ovarian Message Board


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I think it is normal to be nervous. I have 3 kids also and I am 29. I have HGSIL with moderate dysplasia and I got the results after my LEEP and got me results myself so im waiting for my dr tomorrow before i know what shell recommend. My friends mom, who is a nurse recommended me to have a hysterectomy. I think you are right, it is better to be here for the 3 kids you have than risk your health by not following the dr.'s orders. I am very nervous too. I have my apt. tomorrow so i'll know what she recommends.I cant lie the LEEP was somewhat painful but they use a numbing agent called a cervical block and it is not a very long procedure and it's worth it to get rid of those cells. I think the key thing is to try and not be nervous, and stay positive. Like they say, it's not cancer yet and preventative measures is the best we can do. Take vitamins to keep up your immune system up. I heard echinachea is good and lots of vitamin c. I just started that. Well good luck, and take it one day at a time. I know its hard but at least try.That's what im trying to do.:)
[QUOTE=tanya58;4695895]I think it is normal to be nervous. I have 3 kids also and I am 29. I have HGSIL with moderate dysplasia and I got the results after my LEEP and got me results myself so im waiting for my dr tomorrow before i know what shell recommend. My friends mom, who is a nurse recommended me to have a hysterectomy. I think you are right, it is better to be here for the 3 kids you have than risk your health by not following the dr.'s orders. I am very nervous too. I have my apt. tomorrow so i'll know what she recommends.I cant lie the LEEP was somewhat painful but they use a numbing agent called a cervical block and it is not a very long procedure and it's worth it to get rid of those cells. I think the key thing is to try and not be nervous, and stay positive. Like they say, it's not cancer yet and preventative measures is the best we can do. Take vitamins to keep up your immune system up. I heard echinachea is good and lots of vitamin c. I just started that. Well good luck, and take it one day at a time. I know its hard but at least try.That's what im trying to do.:)[/QUOTE]

I had my GP call me in some Xanax to take before the procedure he said that should help me relax.

Thanks for your reply.... I just needed to get it all out... my poor husband has to be tired of hearing me go over this... let ms know how your follow up goes!





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