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May 3, 2009
... With the ECC, what they are really checking for is glandular changes which occur higher up in the cervical canal. ... (16 replies)
... ce puts you at minimal, if any, risk of preterm delivery. It's not just the length, it's the funneling that can occur when the internal os is weak. You will want cervical length testing to monitor cervical length. At worst, as others said, a cerclage is a good option. I believe there are even different types of cerclages. ... (7 replies)
... uses a thin wire loop electrode which is attached to an electrosurgical generator. An electrical current cuts away the affected cervical tissue. The wire cuts and cauterizes as it goes. ... (22 replies)

... Fairy Tale, I don't even know where to begin. Maybe to say I suggest you never set foot in that doctor's office again! I can hardly believe the doctor had the intern come back in after you sent the intern from the room. Then there is the intern's comment! ARGH!!! Many people, doctors included (obviously, some interns) are not aware that any sexual partner (not just... (17 replies)
... those people don't know, and will never develop problems from the virus. It is only a very small percent of women who have high risk HPV who eventually develop cervical cancer. ... (21 replies)
... really... Now I am very sensitive about HPV, cervical cancer, kids, and my health. ... (21 replies)
Apr 17, 2009
... are from granualization of the cervical tissue. It is tissue which hasn't healed completely. ... (3 replies)
... see news about Jane Goody's death at 28 of cervical cancer! ... (9 replies)
... I just read in the New York Times yesterday that while cervical cancer used to be a leading cause of death for women, with the advent of Pap smears and treatments for dysplasia, it has become an extremely rare cause of death. ... (11 replies)
... rial biopsy last May which came back normal. However, I also tested positive for high risk hpv, and to make a long story short, I was diagnosed with early stage cervical cancer in January of this year. ... (7 replies)
... Because of your ladies advice I requested a copy of my report. Please help me understand it. 3-26-09 Final Pathologic diagnosis Cervical Biopsy from 6 o'clock -squamous carcinoma in situ (CIN-3) Random cervical biopsies -Squamous carcinoma in situ (CIN-3) (7 replies)
... I wouldn't wait to July either. I'd get another opinion from a different dr if possible. there are certain types of cervical cancer that grow at an alarming speed but usually they are very slow growing. ... (16 replies)
... Hi Tania, I am so sorry your doctor's office dropped the ball on this! I'm going to join the chorus here: Request pap results. The words in there are difficult to understand at first, but with a little research and asking a few questions (here or of the doctor or elsewhere) will quickly make more sense. I always call to get my pap results. I don't give them... (9 replies)
... Actually, the pap tests for cervical cancer only, and it's not even really all that effective for even some types of cervical cancer. ... (14 replies)
... ome and found that now i am bleeding after intercourse.. Was not a lot but still enough to scare me.. I had this happen before and was told by my gyn that i had cervical dysplasia. About 10 years ago he did a cone biopsy and later because i bled again.. he did a colposcopy. Also did the HPV test on me as I also had HPV Virus. ... (20 replies)
... through the cervical canal to get into the uterus. ... (19 replies)
... From what I understand it sounds like your problems are on the outer cervix (exocervix) and involve the squamous cells. The endocervical canal (upper cervix including the cervical canal or "cervical os"") has glandular cells in it. It sounds like those areas are clear. That would mean you don't have AIS (adenocarcinoma in situ). To have AIS the glandular cells are... (19 replies)
... infected cervical tissue is removed, your immune system should be able to take care of the rest, resulting in a negative HPV test. Did this happen to any of you? ... (4 replies)
... National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program. ... (16 replies)
... As a general rule, and I don't know if you are interested in more children, but since some ladies were asking, cervical incompetence generally only happens if you remove most or all of the internal os. ... (14 replies)

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