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... soon as I moved back to MA I made an appt with my old dr becasue I felt like the midwife in NH wasn't right. The results were abnormal, due to squamus cells and mild dysplasia. A week before my second colposcopy I found out I was pregnant with Aidan, so again they decided not to do the bioposy because it didn't look that bad. ... (5 replies)
... I had a few mild dysplasia paps and then a medium, so I was hoping I would get the LEEP and all of this would be over... I got it done Oct. 21. My Dr. ... (1 replies)
... If the dysplasia has not reverted, still moderate or severe, then they will probably suggest a Leep, which is where they remove the section that has the precancerous cells. ... (2 replies)

... First, how big are most dysplasia lesions? ... (36 replies)
Scared.
Jul 22, 2010
... Oh thank you SO much for replying! That makes me feel tons better! Heather (5 replies)
Scared.
Jul 22, 2010
... I've never heard of delivery destroying dysplasia, but I have heard that many women get dysplasia during pregnancy and then it resolves itself after they deliver. ... (5 replies)
... lby remove a tiny part of your cervix, but that should leave you plenty of cervix left ot have a baby! Dont worry!! The worst thing that could happen is during a pregnancy you may have to get bedrest towards the end to avoid preterm labor, but other than that, you will be watched closely and will most likely have no problems! ... (2 replies)
... have a dysplasia story to tell. I am 34 years old with one child, a four year old. I had an abnormal pap when I was pregnant with my son. ... (18 replies)
... biopsy results which I assume you are awaiting. Maybe you'll be surprised and find that the dysplasia is mild and just needs to be watched...that would certainly be a relief. ... (1 replies)
... I've read some stuff saying that if it's mild dysplsia to wait, repeat the pap in abut 6 months, and go from there. I definately don't want to have this procedure done if it's not totally necessary. ... (3 replies)
... a pap 6 weeks after delivery during the same appointment to check to see if I was healing. Nothing changed in the pap from when I had one in the beginning of my pregnancy but the cells were still there so they still wanted to monitor me every 6 months. ... (7 replies)
... my doctor thought it was prob just at the mild stage. Well she was wrong, and her assistant called to tell me. His exact words were "Hi honey, this is Dr. ... (25 replies)
... ly, the worst part of the whole ordeal was the anesthetic making me sick afterwards. It was an outpatient procedure at the local women's hospital. There was some mild cramping afterwards for a few days, no worse than with my period, but that was the only lasting effect I had from it. ... (1 replies)
... I had mild discomfort the day of the procedure. I wouldn't even call it cramps. The discharge at first was just a clear, watery type. ... (4 replies)
Worried
Jul 14, 2008
... er the phone, since I was able to write in all my answers. I asked a lot of questions I didn't know I had thanks to your suggestions. A lot of my worries about pregnancy were also answered since she said there are "fixes" for either scarring or incontinent cervix. Also, we should be able to start TTC after a good pap or two. ... (35 replies)
... t happens during and after pregnancy. The chances of you having something serious are very slim. Most cervical cancers take years to form and if you still have dysplasia it can be easily treated. You are going this month and you are getting worried about it. That is very normal. ... (3 replies)




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