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... If you had a biopsy that you most certainly should be able to find out what stage your cervical dysplasia is at! I was not offered laser and I've read some negative things about it actually and that it is rarely used. ... (16 replies)
... Hello, I recently was diagnosed with cervical dysplasia from HPV. I don't know what strain or level of dysplasia I have. So my Dr. ... (16 replies)
... moderate dysplasia and my doctor urged me to have the LEEP done so I could "start having normal paps again." However, the LEEP may temporarily fix my dysplasia problem, but it in no way does it guarantee that I won't have dysplasia recurr on my cervix sometime in the future. ... (34 replies)

... Oh, if the doctor told you he got clear margins from the vaginal laser then he probably did a laser excision, which provides a specimen that can be sent to the lab for analysis. That is better but more invasive than an ablation with no specimen. ... (16 replies)
... ay to feel scared and confused and all the emotions you are feeling right now. But, take a breath and transfer all that energy into a search for knowledge about cervical dysplasia and cervical cancer. You have taken the first step by posting on this board. ... (18 replies)
... moderate cervical dysplasia and if this helped you in the long run? ... (2 replies)
... Lily is right that the one main drawback of laser is the lack of specimen. I was really concerned about this as well. ... (16 replies)
... I had the hpv virus for most of my adult life, I had leeps done twice I had the freezing, and then I had the cone twice. ... (16 replies)
... z or loop next monday for my CIN III, first i thought I had to do a conisation. So I search the www for information. And I found out that it depends how deep the dysplasia is. ... (8 replies)
... year schedule for paps. I thank God she did the HPV test before changing me from annual paps! ... (16 replies)
... Hawleycat, am I reading your post correctly. Did your doctor find your abnormal cells after doing an ECC? That's how my doctors found mine. I've never (NEVER) had a bad pap. I had the colposcopy and ECC only because I showed positive for high risk HPV. What kind of hyst did you have? (16 replies)
... despite med insurance for the Laser procedure. I can't afford to do that every year or so! ... (11 replies)
... because I was nearing the age limit where the vaccine is no longer effective, and that came back negative at that time. Do you still think HPV has been lurking in my system somehow with this many years of regular paps and three negative HPV tests? ... (20 replies)
... Yes, I think all of us on this board would love to hear that all types of dysplasia is no big deal and can go away on its own accord! ... (34 replies)
... There's another reason for the negative hpv test besides the situations others posited which are all possible. ... (20 replies)
Beyond Scared
Aug 13, 2007
... After the initial blow of the diagnosis, the best thing for you to do is get more information on cervical dysplasia. Read, read, read. ... (10 replies)
... ction is impossible, but I disagree, and there is at least one study showing that condoms increase the rate of viral clearance. I would think that in cases where cervical surgery has just taken place and the body is trying to clear the hpv, either abstinence or sex with latex condoms is very helpful. ... (9 replies)
... risk of hpv contamination from the cervix into the sterile cavity of the uterus and endometrium. ... (11 replies)
... Hi gals, thanks for responding. The doctor who is an expert on endometrial issues and who did my cervical laser isn't being communicative anymore, so I may have to find another. ... (11 replies)
... Cervical dysplasia is caused by a virus called HPV. HPV lives in your body for a long time, sometimes for years. So, even after having dysplasia removed, the virus still living in your body can cause it to come back. Or, perhaps they missed some of the cells when during the laser therapy. ... (8 replies)

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