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... atypical glandular epithelial lesions and adenocarcinoma in situ. ... (10 replies)
... but from you pap results, I think the atypical glandular cells is the more worrisome result since it progresses to cancer more quickly. ... (10 replies)
... was pregnant and it came back ASCUS. They did a colposcopy and didnt see anything. The next year I somehow forgot to have my yearly pap done, so my next one was in April 2012. It came back as Atypical Glandular cells. ... (1 replies)

... I am 26 years old. I had my first abnormal pap in 2003. It was a very low grade issue they said come back in 6months it will be fine. I did and it was normal so went back to ev year visits. Then in 2006 I had my second abnormal pap. ... (1 replies)
... Squamous cells are on the "outside" of the cervix. ... (1 replies)
... I am new here. I have been reading on this site all day. I have PCOS. I recently went 6 months without a period. It finally showed up in February, and lasted 5 weeks. i already had a my pap appointment made 2 months ahead of time. ... (1 replies)
... solution, which allows for abnormalities to be seen easier since the acid makes abnormal cells white. ... (17 replies)
... HAD MISREAD IT and I needed to come in for a colposcopy and LEEP because I have atypical glandular cells. I barely kept myself from crying at work. ... (3 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)
... f it was appendicitis and it ruptured. Turns out everything was good and it was not my appendix. They did a pelvic exam while I was there though and said that my cervix was inflamed and that I needed to follow up with my gyn. So I called and made an appointment. My appointment was yesterday and she too said it was inflamed. ... (0 replies)
... Hi Elmo, I'm going through the same thing you are! You can read my story if you click on my username, but basically I'm 29 and also had a pap smear back in Dec that was Atypical Glandular Cells - Favor Neoplasia. My regular gyn did a colposcopy, biopsy and ECC, and it came back as Microglandular Hyperplasia and CIN 1. He was confident that the problem was found and I... (2 replies)
... had two cone biopsies done, one when I was 17, and another one this past November...This past November was the worst of the two, they took out the majority of my cervix and it took me a while to get back to normal. My gynocologist sent me to an oncologist for this last cone biopsy, I thought everything was going to be ok... ... (7 replies)
... easily treatable in early stages. ... (5 replies)
... oncs are much better trained in how to deal with atypical glandular cells than most gynecologists. ... (15 replies)
... gyn and she did a colpo and ECC. The colpo showed no problems, but the ECC came back "atypical glandular epithelial lesions and suspected adenocarcinoma in situ. ... (14 replies)
... c. Biopsies all were fine. He then said see me in a year for your pap. I also have read online about an agus result. It is very uncommon. ... (2 replies)
... That is pretty much what happened to me. The pathologist was satisfied that the atypical cells were the result of some inflammation and that there was no problem. ... (3 replies)
... Hey I'm new to the sight. I was just told today that my pap come back Atypical glandular cells on my cervix. I was not expecting that. I'm so upset. Trying to be positive about it. How are you doing? ... (14 replies)
... You are completely right "to look a gift biopsy in the mouth" this time. ... (4 replies)
... it's not that it can jump all over your body. Adenos and its precursor AIS can be sneaky and skip some layers of tissue, but it's not going to "jump" from your cervix into your uterus. ... (28 replies)

Associated Tags: abnormal pap, atypical glandular cells, atypical glandular cells of endocervical origin, pap smear, uterine cancer

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