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... She was much nicer this time and told me that the cells on the outside were worse than the ones inside. The overall diagnosis was CIN 2, but with negative margins. ... (3 replies)
... My paps have always come back fine. In December I went for my pap and my doctor asked if I wanted the HPV test, I said sure. ... (18 replies)
... I was asked about the difference between a leep and a leep cone...there is a difference. With the leep cone they are taking a larger piece of tissue out like when use to do a cold knife cone biopsy. This was explained to me by my Dr. ... (118 replies)

... Thanks Finzleft for replying to me. I did get on the internet and found out that there was a difference between a Leep procedure and a cone biopsy. The cone biopsy seems to be more invasive than the Leep procedure. I am not really sure why my doctor wants to do a cone instead of the Leep. ... (3 replies)
... onc. They are more trained and specialize in these procedures. I saw a HUGE difference and felt much more comfy when I switched. ... (17 replies)
AIS New to board
May 17, 2011
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AIS New to board
May 16, 2011
... cells and AIS involves glandular cells. CIS is much more common than AIS. AIS is thought to be more serious because glandular abnormalities move faster. ... (6 replies)
... III. LEEP in October revealing AIS and CIN III. Cold Cone Biopsy in December. My results came back with clear endocervical margins, benign ECC, but ectocervical margins came back positive for AIS and CIN III. ... (1 replies)
... Okay, my doctor appointments yesterday and today could NOT have been any different. You guys are going to think I'm joking about this. ... (6 replies)
Scared uninformed
Mar 10, 2009
... Okay, I must've misread part of your previous post. There is a big difference between "removing the cervix" and "removing PART of the cervix. ... (12 replies)
... designed to catch abnormal cellular changes BEFORE the advent of cervical cancer. Keep in mind that these cellular changes are nearly always microscopic in size and change over time. ... (7 replies)
... My urologist said to make an appt with my gyno for a ultrasound, and I asked him if a ct would show the difference between a tumor and a cyst and he said yes. He did not seem concerned, maybe he does not know what it means. But I cant seem to find anything online. Any help would be appreciated. ... (0 replies)




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