It appears you have not yet Signed Up with our community. To Sign Up for free, please click here....

Message Board

Cancer: Cervical & Ovarian Board Index
Pages: 1 ... 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 ... 50Showing 201 - 220 of 1000 for cervical. (0.033 seconds)

... I had CIN III dysplasia deep into my cervical os. ... (34 replies)
... grade and more severe abnormalities in the general population. Detect six percent more abnormalities in women with cervical cancer risk factors. Reduce the number of inadequate cell samples by more than 50 percent. ... (34 replies)
... Tamar84 - here is an abstract from a research study that specifically addresses your situation (AIS not found in the initial colposcopy but then found in the leep). You might want to ask about your margin status if they didn't describe it to you. Keep in mind when reading these types of articles that there is still a great deal of debate about treatment for AIS Gynecol... (80 replies)

... several colds, swollen glands in my neck for several weeks and now this. My GYN believes immunosuppression is probably the culprit for the rapid change to the cervical tissues even in the absence of any previous abnormalities. ... (80 replies)
... the surface cells and that is why it is easier to detect. It is not really less invasive though. AIS is harder to detect because the cell changes occur in the cervical canal, and when it is high in the canal it is very hard to detect with the pap smear. ... (80 replies)
... and have not yet heard back from my GYN about my margins. She indicated that because the adenocarcinoma was fairly high in my cervical canal, the chances were slim that they would be clear. ... (80 replies)
... I have had one conization and 2 LEEP procedures for cervical dysplasia. ... (3 replies)
... Gloria, HGSIL is the term for high grade cervical changes. It is essentially another term for CIN II and CIN III. ... (14 replies)
... about feeling cervical changes....I don't suppose there's any way of telling whether these women actually felt cervical changes or if it was just a random sensation or pain that everyone can get in their bodies from time to time. ... (14 replies)
... I have had Cervical Carcinoma in Situ when I was 24. Which by the way ladies, if there is anyone out there who is seeing doctor and is told to wait. ... (22 replies)
... I was watching the Discovery Health channel this morning and they were doing a segment about HPV and Cervical Cancer. ... (6 replies)
... Sorry, have joined this discussion a bit late, but wanted to share some of my experience and information with you.... For anyone who is going through this stuff, I highly recommend you get copies of your pathology reports and question your doctors about what specifically is happening with your body. Personally I hate the term microinvasion. I wish docs would give... (22 replies)
... x still contained the CIN III and CIN II "to the edges". I asked what the difference was and they told me it was all basically the same, but that I did not have cervical cancer by definition. Apparently, it must become invasive to be termed "cervical cancer". ... (22 replies)
... I have low grade cervical dysplasia. I had a colposcopy and biopsy. My doc recommended a leep. Does that mean I have genital warts? ... (6 replies)
... Ovarian cancer and cervical cancer are usually diagnosed in very different ways. Cervical cancer is usually suspected initially through Pap smear and then diagnosed through biopsy. ... (4 replies)
... is, is weird and they dont understand it. They say there's nothing in your stomach in the area where i have the pain. So my question is could this be ovarian or cervical cancer? ... (2 replies)
... Just wanted you to know that the cervical biopsies do not necessarily mean dysplasia. Metaplasia can also cause cells to turn up "white" on the when the vinegar solution is applied. ... (8 replies)
... Just to update, I think I got my period, so that is a RELIEF! I think I only have partial cervical stenosis. ... (7 replies)
... anyways i have a question....can you prevent getting cervical cancer by getting paps on time for the rest of your life? ... (3 replies)
... it is then a metastatic disease....Cervical cancer becomes invasive when it penetrates deeper layers of the cervix not when it has spread to other organs...I had cervical cancer in 1995 and had 2 major surgeries and radiation, mine was invasive but not metastatic.. ... (10 replies)

Pages: 1 ... 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 ... 50

All times are GMT -7. The time now is 11:34 AM.

© 2021 MH Sub I, LLC dba Internet Brands. All rights reserved.
Do not copy or redistribute in any form!