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... was performed because of unclear margins during the last biopsy. This also came back as HGSIL with unclear margins. ... (8 replies)
... In the past few weeks I have found a lot of comfort in reading these posts, and now I'm ready to post my story in the hopes that someone else will benefit. November, 2004 - Got a positive pregnancy test (great news) and an ASCUS PAP result at the same time (confusion!) - HRHPV + (horror!) I had been in a monogamous relationship for five years... January, 2005 - Re-PAP... (2 replies)
... As far as precancerous abnormalities of the cervix: CIN-1 - mild CIN-2 - moderate CIN-3 - severe These are categories of dysplasia, not yet cancer but abnormal cells. Then you jump to the cancers - Carcinoma in situ is often referred to as grade 0. It is very, very early cancer Stage 1 involves the primary site only. (4 replies)

Hgsil
Oct 20, 2009
... If you are under 30 and had HGSIL, then it is likely the LEEP is the only treatment you will need. ... (2 replies)
Hgsil
Oct 20, 2009
... as im very sensitive to these things and i failed to follow up until early this year cuz i was out of the country most of last year anyway.my gyno told me i had HGSIL this time and he had to perform a colposcopy on me, which was the cut and burn procedure. ... (2 replies)
... are that your doctors have found this early enough that the cone biopsy might be diagnostic and treatment meaning that the cells they remove during the cone will remove all dysplasia. For me, it was just diagnostic since it found the cancer. ... (5 replies)
... uterus area that I have options. If it has left the area my prognosis isn't good and treatment isn't positive and will have to have a radical hysterectomy. ... (5 replies)
... Pepper, I am just a little further along this road than you. I still don't understand the lgsil and hgsil, but think it refers to abnormal squamous cells. I don't know a lot about squamous cells except to say they are the cells on the exocervix (outer cervix). I've also read that 90% of women who have atypical pap/biopsy results have atypical squamous cells. Atypical... (5 replies)
Hgsil
Jun 7, 2007
... treatable using very simple treatment methods. Early stages of dysplasia often go away on their own, but since you have HSIL, your doctor will want to treat it so that it doesn't progress to cancer. ... (7 replies)
... hich told me i didnt have cancer, but on one side of my biopsy the cells went to the margin. I have to be checked again in January but i know that if i need more treatment it will increase my chances of miscarriges and other complications. ... (6 replies)
... to some degree, and if it is moderate or severe it will require treatment. Treatment typically involves a LEEP procedure which is a quick and simple way to remove the precancerous cells. And, yes, pain and bleeding can be a symptom of dysplasia. ... (14 replies)
... the depth of the cervix that is involved. The grade is higher the deeper the abnormalities are so CIN III would involve more of the cervix than CIN I. However, treatment at those levels is still pretty successful. ... (5 replies)
... :) Considering your history, you would think your gyno would have pushed you to an onco gyno, like 'The Luv Bug':D mentioned, and not straight to a hysterectomy. I think this decision won't be as hard for you if you go some more info from an onco. I think in order for you to make the right decision for yourself, you should seek out different opinions from different... (8 replies)
... When I got my abnormal pap back in March, I bought a book that I think is very good and thorough. It's called "Abnormal Pap Smears - What Every Woman Should Know". I bought it from Amazon. It is much more than pap smears and includes the various stages through cancers. I read the whole thing and I do not recall it mentioning abortion as a remedy for HSIL in pregnant women... (5 replies)
... Let me start by saying questions your doctor will likely not be able to answer are: how long have I had this? who gave it to me? what will happen (crystal ball) to me? Ask about your specific diagnosis. If you have a pathology report, ask about what was biopsied, how, why, what the results mean. Ask about what the next step is. Ask about alternatives, biopsies,... (5 replies)
... I'm glad you checked back with us. I'm glad your doctor did the ECC and that it came back clear. WHEW! It is good that your doctor is keeping on top of the CIS. For many women the LEEP is diagnostic and treatment (which will only require follow up visits to verify that nothing comes back). That is my hope for you! Good luck! (7 replies)
... I'm glad you checked back with us. I'm glad your doctor did the ECC and that it came back clear. WHEW! It is good that your doctor is keeping on top of the CIS. For many women the LEEP is diagnostic and treatment (which will only require follow up visits to verify that nothing comes back). That is my hope for you! Good luck! (7 replies)
... This made me a little teary eyed. I am glad you were able to get the treatment you needed with clear margins! My heart goes out to you. Thank you for sharing your story with us. ... (2 replies)
Re: HGSIL/CIN ll
Mar 24, 2007
... Hi, Usually if your Pap shows dysplasia, you'll have a colposcopy first. The doctor will swab your cervix with a vinegar solution, which will show up any lesions. S/he will then take what's called a punch biopsy. (There's a little trick I learned from my gyn that can make the biopsy painless. Have the doctor tell you right when s/he gets ready to snip the tissue, and... (2 replies)
... treatable. Just follow your doctor's treatment recommendations and you'll be fine. ... (8 replies)


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