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... EGD found unexpectantly in LEEP specimens with negative margins. ... (80 replies)
... I had squamous cell, but I wanted to let you know if you use the search tools on this forum, and key in adenocarcinoma in situ you will find several posts from women who have experienced this. ... (80 replies)
... as long as the margins are negative. I know it can be scary at first especially if you haven't had kids yet but cervical adeno in situ is not as big a deal as its name makes it seem. You will all be fine! ... (80 replies)

... Hi Zoe! I'm so sad to hear of your diagnosis. Every time I see Adenocarcinoma in a thread title a chill goes up my spine. ... (89 replies)
... C, and endo biopsy were fine. CKC came back adenocarcinoma Ia1. The lesion was 1.2mm across and 1mm deep. ... (89 replies)
... I too was diagnosed with adenocarcinoma in situ after a LEEP about a year and a half ago when I was 26. I did not have clear margins with the LEEP, so then I had a cold kinife cone under general anesthesia. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Dion. I was diagnosed with adenocarcinoma in situ in April. ... (4 replies)
... I saw this forum while searching the internet for the best treatment options for my new diagnosis of adenocarcinoma in situ. You all seem really helpful and it's a little comforting to know that I am not the only one out there. ... (16 replies)
... He said he hasn't seen a case of AIS in 10 years! ... (80 replies)
... of cervical changes. It is only a screening tool, not a diagnostic tool. ... (18 replies)
... up ecc in 2 weeks. ... (6 replies)
... Hi all. I am new to this site and am wondering if anyone has had similar experiences. I was diagnosed with AIS and also VIN 3 in February. I had a CKC done in March and they also excised the VIN lesion. The margins were clear but the doc recommended a hysterectomy anyway. ... (80 replies)
... I got my diagnosis back in April of this year for AIS. I had a cold knife cone biposy and they found a lesion that was 1. ... (80 replies)
... rrent oncologist feels it's okay to hold off on a hysterectomy as long as all my paps come back normal. I had my first follow up pap along with ECC and biopsies in September, and all came back benign!! ... (80 replies)
... Yes, a diagnosis of cervical adenocarcnoma is scary, especially because it's the more rare of the cervical cancers and finding good info on it can be really tough. ... (80 replies)
... and for anyone else reading in this type of situation, it's true, always get a second opinion! the more you know and the more others know the better off you will be. ... (80 replies)
... I hope you get the appropriate treatment and it is a very wise decision you are seeing an oncologist. AIS is tricky and I hope for the best for you and your husband. ... (80 replies)
... AIS is adenocarcinoma in situ. ... (9 replies)
... Thank you so much for your reply! I've been obsessively checking this thread all morning, in a panic. ... (6 replies)
... ays have it. For most people, a couple of years from the time they were exposed, their body is able to suppress the virus to the point it is no longer detectable in their system, and it stays that way. But for some folks, the virus either stays active or reactivates at some point down the road. ... (6 replies)




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