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... No, it's not likely that the dysplasia is coming out. Dysplasia is defined as changes to the cells of the cervix or vagina. ... (2 replies)
... Hello.....I have also been were you and the others are at...In 1997 I had an abnormal pap and was called back for a colposcopy and biopsy....I thought one or maybe 2 biopsies..No such luck for me..... ... (15 replies)
... With mild dysplasia most generally they will just watch it closely even during pregnancy. Most of the time mild dysplasia will heal itself. ... (6 replies)

... I wanted to introduce myself and tell my story. I'm sure it's one you've heard repeatedly, but here goes my variation of it. ... (4 replies)
... I too had severe dysplasia. I had the leep and cone biopsy and so far so good. My doctor never suggested a hysterectomy to me, but mine wasn't that high in the cervix. ... (10 replies)
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... I have read everything out there about HPV and dysplasia. ... (8 replies)
... The GYN that I was referred to had to break the news to me. Apparantly, my family doc doesn't know how to read colpo results. My new GYN was SO SYMPATHETIC, and SO NICE! ... (8 replies)
... I've done a lot of research since having an unwarranted hysterectomy and removal of my ovaries. Abnormal pap smears are common and can be caused by relatively harmless conditions such as inflammation or infections of some sort. ... (1 replies)
... o be married...and already thoughts of adoption are going through my head. I don't know what the point of this entry really is...but I guess I just need support and motivation right now. I've been depressed since I heard of the diagnosis in March. Maybe I'm overreacting...but I get sad everytime I look at my fiance... ... (36 replies)
... As her mother, I wish she would just go ahead with the hysterectomy and be happy with the two beautiful children she has. ... (12 replies)
... There's no reason to have a hysterectomy, and plenty of reasons not to. ... (8 replies)
... I had endometrial ablation and tubligation and drainage of a large cyst on my right ovary done in 2005 when I was 30 years old. My periods stopped. ... (1 replies)
... Even if it comes down to them scaring your cervix extremely... there is the cerclage. It works wonders I heard. They first, look at your cervix and get an idea. Let's say it's bad... around 16 weeks of pregnancy, they will put it's like a purse stitch so nothing can slip out. ... (36 replies)
... I am new at this but here goes. I am almost 52 I had a particle hysterectomy when I was about 38. I have had bad paps since my surgery. I to have had several colposcopies. My paps have been coming back abnormal for over 7 years. ... (8 replies)
... My regular GYN called with my pap result and just told me it was slightly abnormal and he was bringing me in for a colposcopy. ... (11 replies)
Feb 9, 2010
... my cervix, which can potentially carry risks of the cervix not staying closed to term during pregnancy. Fast forward to the now 25th year of my life, my husband and I wanted to have a baby despite the previous dysplasia and the fact that it could return, and I became pregnant with my first child. ... (29 replies)
... The reason I ask these questions is that it isn't uncommon to have an abnormal pap following a surgery like LEEP or cone biopsy. The cervix takes time to heal and the new cells can sometimes can show as abnormal because of that. ... (2 replies)
... First of all, best of luck with your LEEP on the 27th, you will be in my thoughts and prayers! ... (20 replies)
... mind preparing itself or I could just be paranoid and scared. ... (7 replies)

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