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... An ECC is usually performed with a colpo. Paps don't get, biopsies don't sample and Dr. ... (20 replies)
... Special Class" sounded better to me than Cancer in situ! I was NEVER told I had cancer at all. ... (33 replies)
... I am just so worried that my outcome will be similar since I have apparently progressed from CIN I to CIN III in less than a year, unless the CIN III was sitting there all along and was missed, which makes me nervous as well that it has been in there all along, simmering. ... (33 replies)

... While technically speaking CIN III is "one step away from actual cancer" very few cases of CIN develop into invasive cancer, seeing that in most cases they are caught early enough and treated. ... (33 replies)
Cin Iii/leep
Feb 5, 2005
... showed signs os CIN II. ... (3 replies)
... I am not going to die. CIN is not cancer. We have caught it early enough that we will not die! If you had stage III or IV cancer, it would have shown up on the biopsy more than likely as cancer. ... (3 replies)
... invasive. It hasn't broken through the basement membrane and invaded the surrounding area, but if not treated, it can progress to invasive cancer. CIS is classified as Stage 0 cervical cancer. ... (3 replies)
... I also had CIN 3 but i had a LEEP because my ECC was negative. ... (21 replies)
... How painful is a LEEP? ... (33 replies)
... examined. Your doc may take the watch and wait approach, and I would assume that would mean examining you at least every three months. However, since it was CIN III, AND you had glandular inflammation, AND you had an unclear endocervical margin, you may be looking at another procedure. ... (5 replies)
... OK everyone here is my story. About 8 or 9 months ago i realised after a period of long stresses in my life that my pap had been neglected for 4and a half years. ... (7 replies)
... Sorry to doge your questions on everything but what is a ECC? ... (21 replies)
... I hope there is someone who has gone through this mess. To make a long story short. ... (21 replies)
... CIS is carcinoma in situ, or a cancer that is "in place." It is the highest level of precancer, and is sometimes called Stage 0 cancer. I've also seen it used interchangably with CIN III, although some consider it a stage above CIN III. ... (33 replies)
... Hey thanks for the replies :) The doctors really didn't give me an option I had the LEEP than the results comes back abnormal then the doc says well you have to go through a CKC and you'll be asleep through the whole thing, but Ive been reading from other posts and Ive read that dysplasia takes years before it turns into cancer but if you have a chance to catch it in time and... (13 replies)
... of CIN 3 will become cancer ever. Get checked of course, but I'd say you have every reason to think you will be fine! ... (2 replies)
... ECC is endocervical curretage. ... (5 replies)
... probability, SOMEONE out there is experiencing the thing that is "not likely to happen". Why wouldn't that be you or me? ... (33 replies)
... When I had my laser surgery my insurance would't pay for me to go to the hospital & have it done. My Dr. had to rent the machine & I had to go to his office & have it done. No local, nothing! After I had the 1st one within 3 or 6 months I had to have it done again. The Dr. ask me doesn't this hurt. I said what am I suppose to do. Jill (33 replies)
Jan 30, 2007
... curable at this stage. I understand the freaking out. I have been there. I am now having a hysterectomy, but the freaking out stage is over. ... (7 replies)

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