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... Hi, I am 24 and had a colposcopy Friday, Feb 17. My doctor diagnosed me with CIN III, and I am just wondering when you all got your colpo. ... (10 replies)
... its my first time posting here,any advice or opinions would be welcomed.I always have my smears on time and everythin has always been fine,till this time.I had a colposcopy and biopsies taken 3 weeks ago. ... (0 replies)
... I got a call from my doctor today and my biopsy results came back normal! I guess the cell area she was worried about and biopsied just had some minor inflammation but no cell changes showed up, thank goodness! ... (4 replies)

... The results came back the same, so the doctor thinks I may have some scar tissue from LEEP making it hard to collect cells in the endocervical canal. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks so much! I actually heard back today that my biopsy results came back fine. So that was a great load off. ... (2 replies)
... thanks :) The relief is HUGE, I feel like a weight has been lifted. Yeah, my specialist was a little surprised re: the gym I think. In all fairness my running is like most peoples fast walking LOL... slow jogging. She did tell me that I shouldn't have sex tho until after my period ie. not for another 2-3wk. I can jog with it but wouldn't want to touch it IYKWIM! It... (17 replies)
... ar cells.Will wait now until called back and have healed, and see what they and I decide to do x just dont want a hysterectomy, they will look at cervix during colposcopy so hope if anything there, they will see... ... (2 replies)
... Hi, Kellygirl. I had a CKC yesterday with general anethesia, because my colposcopy biopsy results were HGSIL-3 for both the cervix punch and the endocervical canal. I was in recovery for several hours because my BP was in the 170s. The nurse repeatedly gave me BP lowering meds and morphine. After I woke up, I told the nurse that when I take my BP at home, I usually cross my... (3 replies)
... So I will patiently await my biopsy results and see how everything goes... ... (7 replies)
... Actually, unless you have invasive cancer already I take it you have CIN3 because CIN does not go from 1 to 4. I'm taking it that you have CIN because once you get to the next level after CIN3 then this would be invasive cancer however the grading does not work like that. It goes from CIN1, 2 and 3 to Grade 0 to 5 once it becomes invasive. Actually a CIN3 and a Grade 0 (in... (4 replies)
... The other ladies have give you great advice. You are at Stage 3 or 4 cancer? Which type? Carcinoma (squamous cell) or Adenocarcinoma (glandular cell)? Oh my!!! Or is it that you are at CIN III? There is a huge difference. How was this diagnosed? (4 replies)
... Hi there -- I agree with Luvbug, try having your current doc get you the appointment with the one that is covered by your insurance, and that should speed things up. Also, is there some type of appeal process to your insurance, where you can fight to try to have your other doc covered? Unfortunately no one can say for certain what could happen between now and the time of... (4 replies)
... Did the Dr. tell you why it has developed? Is it HPV related? Most cervical abnormalities take awhile to develop and then magically show up all on their own when we least expect them (like we'd ever EXPECT something like this). Bloody stinks about your insurance. Did the Dr. tell you anything about the "type" of abnormality found? There are a list of different ones, like... (4 replies)
... Well Happy early 40th birthday and enjoy that spa visit!!! I'm a bit jealous! ;) I'm so glad the report came back so well. What is he saying needs to happen for follow-up? Take care! (13 replies)
... Hi Pickle eyes! Yes, he said I had squamous cell type. He said they don't do ECC in UK, only in USA, but he did scrape out 40% of my womb in the d & c, and it all came back normal. phew.. he said it was the largest lesion he's ever removed, but that I did have a naturally larger than average cervix, so that might be why. He caught it in the brink of time which is worrying!... (13 replies)
... What a huge relief! Time to go pamper yourself! I can't remember, you had atypical squamous cells, not atypical glandular/columnar cells, right? (13 replies)
... Here is some information i have found online. I too have this and have had a leep done. In my case, the leep was successful but I still have to have more scrapings. It's good that you are seeing an ob/gyn soon, it is much harder to wait and with this you don't want to wait too long since it could get worse with time. CIN II - This classification involves moderate... (13 replies)
... Thank you so much for the info! (13 replies)
... Thank you for writing back! Im really freaking out a little. Especially at the one line "ECC: Rare severely dysplastic cells are present." I have also looked all over the internet and have found nothing! That speciman shows it was "Endocervical Curettings"....what does that mean? Also, the only other info I can really find on here is "High Grade SIL"..... Any info is... (13 replies)
... Thanks for your message. it's a famous hospital, so I trust that no news is good news, and that they'll just send a letter, I actually received a letter last time informing me that I had abnormal pap, as well as HPV, and needed to schedule a colposcopy. was a little upset that I didn't get at least a phone call so that I could ask questions! it's kind of annoying, if I don't... (6 replies)

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