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... Thank you very muck for u reply !I feel better now to know the next step is a leep or a conisation and not a hysterectomy (this was in my mind).About the care here i am a private patient and because of this i can choose where to go !I choose the oncologyst because my regular gynecolog(which i dont trust enymore)was tell me last year i need a conization which was to agressive... (9 replies)
... I would think it would probably be a LEEP, which is where they use a hot wire to take a piece of the cervix so they can examine exactly what is going on. This way they get a bigger piece of tissue, and can hopefully verify that they got all the bad cells. ... (9 replies)
Needing advice
Aug 10, 2007
... Adam, I'm in the same boat as you--my gf and I are going through the same thing. When the doc does the Colposcopy, the biopsy samples will be much more accurate in tems of what level of dysplasia she has. The standard treatment protocols ae established by the ASCP (American Society Colposcolpy Pathology). You can read the most recent managment protocols and be prepared... (4 replies)

... how effective it is, I had it in Jan 2002 and by July 2003 I had cin 1 again, and by August 2004 I was at CIN 2 and possibly a bit 3. My gyno said you can have CIN1 with a TINNYYYYY bit of cin2 cells, and some people will read that as a CIN2. ... (14 replies)
Jul 10, 2008
... That will give you an idea of how much they need to take of the cervix with the LEEP and gets at your questions regarding pregnancy. ... (35 replies)
... So that was good news , she said the surface of my cervix didnt look really bad or really anything to biopsy . ... (4 replies)
... of the cervix that's considered CIN1. ... (14 replies)
... if your cervix has weakened from the procedures. ... (14 replies)
Aug 28, 2005
... based on what he sees during colpo. Turns out to be CIN1 in 2 different spots with a neg ECC. He wants to LEEP. I'm like "heck no. ... (0 replies)
My story
Apr 30, 2005
... Hey everyone! First of all,I would like to say thank you to everyone who posts here, sometimes knowing we are not alone is the only thing that keeps some of us sane. :angel: 3 weeks ago, I received news that my pap was abnormal and a colposcopy/biopsy was needed. I just recently received results from that and learned that I do, in fact, have high risk HPV and CIN1,... (5 replies)
... Hi, I know this is kinda old but I am hoping for a little advice. My leep didn't get all of my cin1 or 2. But all of my cin3 and cancer. I go back in august for a repeat pap and my doc said I will find out then what to do. ... (5 replies)
Now I am scared
Feb 18, 2005
... LEEP should not affect fertility, except it will make the cells of your cervix a little weak until it heals completely, so I wouldn't try getting pregnant for about 6 weeks, otherwise you'll just have a miscarriage. ... (5 replies)
... cin 1 or 2. But they have to write cin3 bc at least some of those cells exist. So, if you get a CIN 1 pap, it probably means there is some inflammation and some cin1 combined. ... (2 replies)
... consequently I felt quite battered physically and psychologically HOWEVER, the piece of cervix removed with the LEEP showed CIN3!! So I am eternally grateful for having had the LEEP. ... (20 replies)
... Hi Carrie, Hi sam. :) Carrie - please do not stress about not having the LEEP done in the first place. This is such a fickle virus - in most people it does not progress to cancer, only causes pre-cancerous changes to the cervix. Because it was in the beginning stages of cell changes, the doctors were giving your body its chance to fight off the virus and send it back... (9 replies)
... You don't have low Risk... It sounds like you have the high-risk strain of HPV. Low risks are considered the wart strain of it. But remember that you can get both strains and any other type of HPV strain. The worst strains are considered Type 16 and 18. When it comes to doing leeps... They are talking about the abnormal cells of the cervix. They are from mild to... (20 replies)
May 2, 2009
... of the cervix has closed making future screening difficult or impossible. The gyn would dilate your cervix to take a sample. Not the best situation. Laser has a lower incidence of stenosis than the other types of treatment but it is by no means zero. ... (16 replies)
What The Hey?!
May 9, 2008
... Both CAN cause cervical incompetence, but not always. Obviously the more cervix that is removed the higher the potential. ... (7 replies)
Cin 1
Jul 21, 2010
... I had Laser Cone Cervix Biopsy 3 years ago. ... (3 replies)
... The cervix has virtually no nerve endings. Therefore, you only feel the cramp or pinch. It is not like your hand that has many nerve endings. ... (3 replies)

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