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... I am 28 years old and I just got the results of my pap back, the results were a "low grade lesion". ... (3 replies)
... A "low grade lesion" sounds to me like it could be CIN I (or mild dysplasia). Sometimes the biopsy the doctor takes during the colpo is sufficient to remove all of a lesion, sometimes a LEEP or CKC is required. I suggest you call the office back and ask them for a copy of the actual pathology report. They may tell you that all you need to know is in the letter, but tell... (3 replies)
... not a diagnostic test. There is no guarantee that LSIL in Pap will also be LSIL in the biopsy. More often than not it is, but the biopsy can also reveal a higher grade lesion. Of course there is always a chance that there is no dysplasia there and the Pap smear picked up some inflammation as a lesion. ... (5 replies)

... Since the pathology says "no evidence of dysplasia" I assume the "mild nuclear pleomorphism" pertains to your cervix and not your endometrium (although there can be endometrial tissue on the cervix). Since the pathology says "to a degree that falls short of diagnostic for low-grade squamous intraepithelias lesion" I wouldn't think you'd need to do anything at this point.... (2 replies)
... Hello. I am 28 and got an abnormal Pap, which showed low-grade SIL. I went for a colposcopy on Friday, and have a follow-up appointment next Friday. In the meantime, I'm freaking out. I have several questions. First of all, nobody has made any mention of HPV. If I had HPV, would they have tested my Pap for it, particularly given my abnormal results? Second, my doctor... (7 replies)
... tissue which is analysed. Such was the case with your LEEP...even a biopsy can't give you adefinite answer since it only removes a tiny piece of tissue. A single lesion could be low and high grade at the same time. ... (5 replies)
... I have had low grade PAP's for about eight years. HPV positive, but not one of the bad strains. ... (1 replies)
... Just had 9x15mm endometrial polyp and cervical cyst removed along with d&C hysteroscopy surgery one week ago today. I had been suffering from heavy, painful periods with anemia out of control and menses coming about every 15 days. My doctor had originally ordered a transvaginal ultrasound and they had discovered the "mass" and requested further investigation. My pathology... (2 replies)
... if have Low Grade Squamous Intraepitheliel Lesion with a viral component do i have hpv and can i spread it? ... (2 replies)
... I just received a call that my pap smear shows I have a low-grade squamous intraepithelial lesion. They want me to see a gyncologist. Can anyone tell me what this means??? (1 replies)
... On 3/2/04 My PAP indicated low-grade squamous intraepithelial lesion (LGSI); HPV effect. I have been faithful to partner for 27yrs; can HPV take this long to develop? On 3/22/04 Colposcopy was completed. Doc said everything looked OK - endocervical curettage was benign. Doc was going to complete LEEP in office, but because of prior reaction to Lidocaine & because of the... (2 replies)
... I'm pregnant and have a high grade lesion. ... (5 replies)
... I was diagnosed with moderate to high grade SIL on the vulva. I had an abnormal pap and also had the colposcopy, but nothing was found in the cervix. ... (7 replies)
... I'm 34 and would like to have a baby before turning 35. Should I wait and not have any treatment since it is only low grade? ... (5 replies)
... treat any sign of problem, despite the low incidence of progression and cancers. ... (11 replies)
... Hi and thanks for your reply. I did tell my partners, both of the ones I could've gotten it from (and of course, each of them pointed a finger at the other); even though my type does not affect men, I'd feel like a liar if I withheld info (in case they pursued other sexual relationships. I could not manage being the cause of another woman's infection). I've had this for 12... (36 replies)
... this way you can rule out anything more serious. Pap smears are notoriously poor indicators of lesion grade. ... (36 replies)
... that paps are notoriously known for producing unprecise grading, that is why you are referred to colposcopy for a biopsy which confirms with almost certainty the grade of the lesion. ... (19 replies)
... this is a low grade lesion which your Dr. may chose to remove or may monitor over a period of time to see if it goes away on its own. ... (8 replies)
... then progress to a high grade lesion. ... (11 replies)

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