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... Although the diagnosis is not official yet she seems pretty confidant that I have cervical stenosis and after reading about it I would have to agree. ... (1 replies)
... Hi Clare, sorry you are in pain. Yes, cervical stenosis can occur, where scar tissue blocks off the cervical os and the menstrual flow cannot leave the uterus. Have you called your doctor? ... (2 replies)
... I had my LEEP done on April 19, it was the scariest morning, but fortunately for me I had the most amazing doctor! ... (7 replies)

... Since I had laser, I've been "dribbling" almost every month and this month is the worst. I got my period 13 days ago and I still have bloody discharge and I'm heading towards ovulation. It's not cervical stenosis because my regular gyn can't even tell I had the laser (she is not the one who did it and I never told her). But something is different because I never dribbled or... (8 replies)
... I had my first period after my cone procedure, and my second was off by a few days. ... (2 replies)
... I'm sorry to hear that you need the LEEP now. ... (25 replies)
... Typically for mild dysplasia, no treatment is done because usually the body fights off the infection. With moderate to severe dysplasia, usually a LEEP or laser is done to remove the bad cells. ... (11 replies)
... Here's my story... I am 31 years old, getting married in July, hoping to have a baby right away after the wedding. ... (3 replies)
... I have HSIL. I had a LEEP done on the 12th of March. ... (3 replies)
... My pap and my colposcopy came back with abnormal results but pretty inconclusive so my GYN performed a LEEP procedure 3 weeks ago. Unfortunately, my LEEP results came back with positive margins. The good news was the ECC showed no dysplasia just inflammation. ... (80 replies)
Cervical Stenosis
Jun 13, 2007
... TTC this next month. I had some minor cramping over the weekend..AF was on her way! I was awoke early Monday with severe cramping, like labor pains and no AF. After a few hours I went into the ER. After a long wait the pain diminished and the md said probably just regular cramps!! ... (7 replies)
... You shouldn't be missing periods as a result of your LEEP unless you have stenosis (closing of your cervical opening due to scar tissue). Therefore, if missing periods is unusual for you, then you should contact your doctor and tell her what is up. (2 replies)
... Hi Tealdreams, Complications with future pregnancies was my initial concern when my gyn told me that he wanted to perform a cone biopsy. He told me that there is the possibility of going into pre-term labor because the cervix may be weak, but that it's very rare. Keep in mind that I had a cold-knife conization...I imagine you'll be having a LEEP done; I think that with a... (6 replies)
... said "CERVICAL STENOSIS seems to be healing ok". So that's my next question! I thought cervical stenosis was bad. Does everyone get cervical stenosis that resolves on it's own AFTER a LEEP? ... (0 replies)
LGSIL...what now?
Jul 18, 2007
... wait plan with a repeat pap smear and biopsy in 4 months to see the status of my dysplasia. I decided not to let the doctors scare me into a LEEP right now because my best friend's mother, a gynecologist, said that I could wait til October to do a repeat pap and colpo, if necessary. ... (4 replies)
Pregnancy and LEEP
May 10, 2005
... Hi concerned....i can definitely understand why you are concerend...you donT'mention though the severity of your dysplasia...CIN 1, 2 OR 3...I had my first LEEP in sept. 04 and my second in Feb. 05... ... (9 replies)
One year later???
Sep 29, 2007
... I would definitely press your doctor to figure out why your periods are so light. From what I've heard, your first period after your LEEP may a bit unusual, but after one year, your period should be normal by now! ... (1 replies)
... by destroying the affected area so that normal cells can grow back in their place. It has a slightly lower success rate than the other treatments for abnormal cervical cells and so it is less commonly used, particularly for CIN3. ... (12 replies)
Getting nervous
Aug 1, 2007
... LEEP...ick! You know, I do remember reading several times about your first period after a LEEP being very heavy, heavier than usual. I'm not sure what that entails exactly, but maybe you should call your doc and ask her just for your peace of mind. ... (3 replies)
... did consult with a gyn oncologist at the dana farber to get his opinion. Their joint agreement was a pap every 3 months for the first 3 years and every 6 months after that. ... (80 replies)


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