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... in the case of mild dysplasia your body has a huge opportunity to fight off the virus and the abnormal cell changes. ... (3 replies)
... situ are both being placed in the category of CIN III. Mild dysplasia is called CIN I and moderate dysplasia is called CIN II. ... (18 replies)
... Did they tell you what stage of dysplasia your Pap showed? ... (2 replies)

... From what you have said, it sounds like it may be dysplasia. First off let me reassure you that dysplasia is not cancer. I know how horrifying all this can be. Dysplasia means that she has abnormal cells on her cervix. It can be mild, moderate or severe. ... (7 replies)
... a good result, but it's not really that bad either. The pap is a screening tool, the biopsies will tell you exactly what's wrong. HGSIL usually corresponds to moderate or severe dysplasia, CIN 2 or 3. ... (14 replies)
... My daughter discovered she had mild displasia at 17 and they 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. ... (17 replies)
... chance of returning to normal on its own, but that it is usually treated just in case. It commonly takes up to ten years before becoming cancer, but they generally treat it right away. In the mean time I did a ton of research trying to find out about this. ... (2 replies)
... grade dysplasia that can clear up on it's own in 6 months. ... (34 replies)

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