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... Hi Guys I had to have a Total Abdominal Hysterectomy in Jan 2011, aged 45yrs, due to abnormal cells after a cervical smear test done, had a biopsy done & MRI Scan, which reveled something suspicious on the Lining of my womb, i was in complete shock & didn't want a hysterectomy, i tried for children for many years, had one miscarriage & tired IVF Treatment which was... (2 replies)
... With your paps and your history, the next steps would be colposcopy and punch biopsy to look for more abnormal cells. If AIS is still present, you need to think about your next move. Trachelectomy is one option. ... (1 replies)
... of endocervical origin, long after successful cone to remove AIS... Just had my first abnormal pap since my cold knife cone biopsy with clear margins to remove AIS 10 years ago. ... (7 replies)

... hich I need to schedule today actually. I have a genetic skin disorder that is a dysplasia, so they don't know if all my ascus paps are because of my funky skin cells or what. My very first pap did come back normal, but they didn't get a full pap because my hymen was abnormal and they could not get a speculum in. ... (10 replies)
... SHASHI, Thank you so much for you valuable information and sharing your experiences. This is so confusing to say the least. My doctor said I did not have HPV, but this time she said she will check for it! Sometimes (after reading others experiences) I think some of these doctors just say anything to women. It frustrates me when the Doctor told me that all the... (10 replies)
... Vaginal cancer is very much like cervical cancer in that the same type of cells that line the vagina also line the cervix. There is no clear dividing line between where the cervix ends and the vagina begins. ... (10 replies)
... The reason I ask these questions is that it isn't uncommon to have an abnormal pap following a surgery like LEEP or cone biopsy. The cervix takes time to heal and the new cells can sometimes can show as abnormal because of that. ... (2 replies)
... which enables dr to collect a sample from farther up inside the cervix where the abnormal glandular cells originate. ... (2 replies)
... HI , I too have had this come back on my pap smear. My last pap was in Jan. and the first week of Feb. I got a call from the Dr. office that my pap came back abnormal again. ... (28 replies)
... yrs ago I had a hysterectomy alone as treatment for invasive cervical cancer. Yesterday my pap results returned as atypical squamous cell. Now what? ... (5 replies)
... apparently it's referred pain and is very common. Thankfully that was gone after 2 days. ... (2 replies)
... Hi All, this is the very first time I am joining a forum. I found this site after I too received an "abnormal" PAP results. ... (3 replies)
Adenocarcinoma
Oct 8, 2012
... Hi Hun, I'm so sorry to hear you were diagnosed with adenocarcinoma 5 days ago, it must be a shock, I had to have a total abdominal Hysterectomy in Jan 2011, aged 45yrs, due to abnormal cells after a cervical smear test done, had a biopsy done & MRI Scan, which reveled something suspicious on the Lining of my womb, i was in complete shock & didn't want a hysterectomy, i... (2 replies)
... I also had recurring AIS after cone biopsy, but not for many years. ... (2 replies)
... to hopefully take care of reoccurring abnormal glandular cells of endocervical origin. ... (2 replies)
... mystery of why there's so much has been solved and now I really need some reassurance. I was told last night by my gyno's office that during my 3 month wait the abnormal cells had radically advanced. What was a small area had become quite large. ... (12 replies)
... I am sorry to hear after 6 years you have been blindsided with an abnormal pap. I am sure you will receive additional responses from women who have experienced simular results. ... (5 replies)
... I went from CIN1 to CIN 3 rather quickly. After the initial CIN 1 pap and colop I was sent for a cone biopsy. They believed they got all the cells at that time. Three months later had another pap and another colop and it was CIN 3. A Hysterectomy was recomended. ... (7 replies)
... Hi, I am 30 years old, no kids and not married yet. One year ago I was found to have endocervical adenocarcinoma in situ. I had a leep with clear margins. I went on to see a GYN oncologist and she gave me three options and made me choose my treatment path. My options were hysterectomy, trachelectomy, or surveillance to preserve fertility. I opted for surveillance since... (1 replies)
... The only thing I can think is from the biopsy results from LOOP it said the margins weren't clear and the cells were high up in the cervix... ... (5 replies)


Associated Tags: adenocarcinoma, adenocarcinoma in situ, ais, cin3, dysplasia, hpv, leep

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