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... I think Cervicitis and CIN are two distinct situations meaning you can have one without the other. Cervicitis sounds like an infection of the cervix and infections can cause cellular changes and result in an abnormal PAP probably an ASCUS result. ... (10 replies)
... They'd be able to call a trich infection on colposcopy, or by wet mount. But based on your test results, you can be sure the cervicitis is part of the HPV. Whether the cervicitis is causing CIN or the other way around really doesn't matter. It's like the chicken or the egg question. ... (10 replies)
... inoma in situ. About 2 weeks later, I had a cold knife cone biopsy. That came back with endocervical adenocarcinoma Ia1. The good news here is they caught the cancer at a VERY early stage. ... (10 replies)

... My understanding of epithelium is that it is skin/surface cells. There are 2 major types of cells in the cervix: squamous (closer to the vagina) and epithelial (closer to the uterus). This "minute fragments of glandular epithelium and squamous epithelium" sounds to me like they have a sample of both types of tissue. "Scanty" makes me think the sample size wasn't very... (10 replies)
... hi everyone! okay, let me tell you my story. i just recently moved to phoenix from illinois with my boyfriend. a month or so after we got her, i went for my annual pap and received a phone call that my pap was abnormal. It was ASCUS and positive for HPV. they had me come in for a colpocospy. some biopsys were taken and i had to wait for my results. the doctor scared... (0 replies)
... I am So worried!!! I just had a Colpo and Biopsy done about 3 months ago and the pathology report came back with Focal Cervical Intraepithelial Neoplasi with Carcinoma in Situ (Severe Dysplasia/CIS/CIN III). I was then referred to another doctor where he did a Cold Cone Biopsy on my cervix and the report came back with Chronic Cervicitis with Mild Koilocytotic Changes, and... (0 replies)
... The colpo can only highlight cells that are visible at that magnification (colpos have 3 magnifications, I think) AND are visible in that part of the cervix or vagina. This excludes the endocervical area and the uterus. My precancer cells were found in the endocervical canal. My colpo looked so good the doctor didn't take a biopsy of the exocerix. The precancer was... (10 replies)
... atypical but it can't be unique. There are most likely other women out there who have had their cancer discovered so early because their doctors did as mine did. ... (10 replies)
... went to gyno today abd he said i have cervicitis and has scheduled me for a colopscopy and cryo thearphy , has anyone had this done the cryo ? ... (4 replies)
... marked chronic cervicitis" just means that your cervix is inflamed. Could be from the dysplasia, but in itself, cervicitis isn't really a diagnosis. ... (22 replies)
Waiting is hard!
Feb 24, 2009
... Cervicitis isn't really a disease in itself . . . it basically means your cervix is irritated. Cervicitis can be a result of cervical cancer for sure, but it could be from an infection of anything else that could irritate your cervix. ... (8 replies)
... It is also important to know if your HPV is a high or low risk strain. That will determine the likelyhood of whether your condition might progress to cancer in the future. A biopsy is not done during cautery as you are taking a piece of tissue off of the cervix for examination. To do so could risk an infection. ... (13 replies)
... Today I learned that the cellular changes are not due to anything I have been tested for. I also learned that Cervicitis showed up in the results. ... (0 replies)
... Wow I am so glad you got a doctor that knew you should still be having paps. I am going to read this to my mom since she lives in Texas and can't read anymore (legally blind). I really hope that your follow up pap and colpo come back negative! Roux, I personally have never heard of a leep coming back negative like that. My paps keep coming back ascus and my last... (10 replies)
... This news surprised me but not too much because in my case that was the only possible answer. They were actually saying that cancer can cause a vaginal infection or the abnormal cells in our vagina CAN cause a vaginal infection. ... (7 replies)
... Hello fairydust! :) I know how bummed you must feel-- we have ALL been in that position before! And honestly, feeling a litte down about your diagnosis is a certain extent. The more time that passes and the more you read and learn about mild dysplasia and HPV, the less anxiety and depression you will feel. I had a similar case as yours. Three years ago, I got... (9 replies)
... and surgical removal of the affected tissue. Cervical cancer grows very, very slowly, and it is highly treatable. ... (8 replies)
... Chronic cervicitis just means that there has been inflammation for a long time, and I think it is usually HPV induced. ... (12 replies)
Waiting is hard!
Feb 24, 2009
... Okay, I've never heard of any link between cervical cancer and prolapse, so I did some googling and came accross this abstract: It says: Basically what that says to me is that your doctor should do a biopsy to rule out cervical cancer, but that chance of that is rare (1.36%). That chance that a person with a prolapse has cervicitis (basically an inflammation of the... (8 replies)
... it cam back good so they told me to come back in 3 months for a repeat pap. I did and it came back ASCUS with high risk hpv. The dr. did a coposcopy and he found cervicitis no cancer but he did cryo and he cauterized it once a week and when I went back for my repeat pap last week, it came back LGSIL. ... (3 replies)

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