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Since the pathology says "no evidence of dysplasia" I assume the "mild nuclear pleomorphism" pertains to your cervix and not your endometrium (although there can be endometrial tissue on the cervix).

Since the pathology says "to a degree that falls short of diagnostic for low-grade squamous intraepithelias lesion" I wouldn't think you'd need to do anything at this point. Even if it was low-grade dysplasia (LSIL), that oftentimes reverts to normal on its own, no treatment needed. But since your paps have been normal (although it may show up in a future pap), I'm not sure how they monitor this. I'm thinking that colposcopy (which provides a better view and ability to biopsy) would be needed in 6 months or so. The good thing is that cervical changes typically progress very slowly. If dysplasia doesn't reverse (on its own or with treatment), it can take 10 years to develop into cervical cancer.

Hope this gives you some peace of mind.

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