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... years ago for AIS. At the time, my gyn said the margins came back clear. Since then, I've had normals paps. Until this past November. I had an abnormal pap with atypical glandular cells. The ECC was normal and HPV negative. And I went back for another ECC and endometrial biopsy. ... (3 replies)
... Your doc said atypical cells. In my experience, that's a good thing. Especially good is the fact they said they are happy to wait and see if they clear themselves. ... (10 replies)

... Hi, HGHSPL, I highly recommend you get a copy of your pathology report from your pap. It is always good to know what they say. It will tell you what type of cells were sampled, and what type of atypical cells are found. I thought I understoond that a huge percent of atpypica cells on a pap are caused by HPV. ... (1 replies)
... That came back with what I just said. From there, she scheduled me for a cold knife cone biopsy. That came back adenocarcinoma Ia1. This is early stage cancer. ... (10 replies)
... HPV negative. However, the dr's office when sending my "history" with my colpo specimen apparently noted I was HPV positive . ... (5 replies)
... r oftentimes takes upwards of 10 years to develop so I wouldn't say you are in any imminent danger. So long as you get yearly paps and are keeping an eye on the atypical cells, you will be fine. Has doc given you an HPV test. If you have an abnormal pap, your doctor should be testing you for HPV. ... (2 replies)
... gyn keeps telling me that most people clear HPV and resume to having a normal pap in a year but I'm skeptical. ... (6 replies)
... Bleeding between periods can happen for many reasons, one being birth control pills. It's called break through bleeding. So the atypical cells may not be the cause. ... (1 replies)
... I first found out I had HPV while getting the Gardasil shots. I go to the doctor every 6 months for a check up. ... (6 replies)
... Hello all! I wanted to come in and tell you my story, KNOWING it will help all others with my same diagnosis. ... (5 replies)
... I'm sorry you're dealing with this! ... (13 replies)
... sorry to hear about your results. The waiting is no fun. I was in the same spot you are a few months ago, and have researched the heck out of atypical glandular cells. They are more rare than the normal atypical squamous results most women get, and most gyns have never dealt with them. ... (56 replies)
... Hello all...I'm new to this message board, but hope that I can get some insight into what is going on with me at this point.... ... (3 replies)
... I was diagnosed with abnormal cervical cells at the age of 17. ... (10 replies)
... So anyway, in 2007, while I was 28 years old and pregnant, I had a pap smear come back with Level 3 dysplasia. ... (4 replies)
... c with hysteroscopy, and cone biopsy. They were all normal. Then had my colonoscopy. Precancerous polyp at the base of my appendix prompted an appendectomy. ... (3 replies)
... atypical cells are cells that have started to change. When dysplasia occurs it is because those celss have changed into cancerous cells. ... (13 replies)
... and I'm also looking to try and gain some balls in dealing with medical staff because first time around I was totally powerless, and I'm showing signs of it again which makes me hate myself! ... (0 replies)
... that paragraph, I've read of other women who have various levels of dysplasia and have never had a positive HPV test. How does that happen? ... (20 replies)

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