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... Angvig, thank you so much for sharing your experience with laser. I agree with your assessment of the treatment options and also had laser for cervical dysplasia. Ang, do you mean that after your cervical issues resolved, you had severe vaginal dysplasia? ... (16 replies)
... 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)

... d take 6 weeks before the surgery could be done due to an anesthesia consult, processing, insurance checks, etc. In the interim, I read up on a procedure called laser ablation and found that it is the procedure with the least future pregnancy complications and quickest healing time. ... (2 replies)
... Okay, so I think laser ablation is a great option, but I'm really glad it was not offered to me. ... (16 replies)
... did the colposcopy. Then they discoverd more cells and they were moderate so a LEEP was done. She is 18 now and we've had 3 biopsies. 2 copolscopies, the LEEP, a laser ablation and now he discovered the cells returned after the ablation and wants to freeze her cervix. ... (17 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)
... 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)
Laser Ablation
Jul 7, 2004
... I am just praying that this will be it for my cervical promblems. Thanks! ... (1 replies)
... I just yesterday had the laser to which I am so upset if I had known all these years that I could have opted to find a doctor who used the laser I would have done it in a heart beat. ... (16 replies)
... I think takes less of the cervix, but it doesn't preserve the margin on the tissue sample like a cold knife cone biopsy can. Since my doctors strongly suspected cervical cancer for me, we went with the cold knife. Later, I learned the doctor basically did a LEEP after the cone to singe the edges of the tissue to speed healing. ... (16 replies)
... So the surgery yesterday was to laser the cervix and the vaginal walls. ... (16 replies)
... gyn unit here in Connecticut. It takes a very skilled doctor to not damage any surrounding tissue, and no how to use the laser correctly. I emailed you some info brie. ... (16 replies)
... So what should I do about the laser how do I no if I will be ok? ... (16 replies)
... is laser the least amount of pain with recovery? ... (16 replies)
... I had a total abdominal hyst (cervix and uterus) I had an abnormal pap last year CIN ll dysplasia, he did a cryo on me and my paps were normal after that - i had to change doctors because of my schedule at work and the new doc said he would like to do a ECC to check for cells the pap may not pick up because normal cells will grow over the bad ones, sure enough if he had not... (16 replies)
... c you cant take the cells and look at it in the lab. but laser cone can do this, so maybe consider this. the cone is usually more precise, especially the cold knife. ... (17 replies)
... I'm sorry to hear of your dysplasia stresses, but you've come to the right place for advice! First of all, I want to stress that this is a very, very common scenario for women. ... (11 replies)
... I also read that if vaginal dysplasia is a concern along with cervical, laser ablation is often used, so your doc probably did best for the situation. ... (8 replies)

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