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... sorry to hear about your results. The waiting is no fun. I was in the same spot you are a few months ago, and have researched the heck out of atypical glandular cells. They are more rare than the normal atypical squamous results most women get, and most gyns have never dealt with them. ... (56 replies)
... I had a pap smear last month that came back showing atypical glandular cells but I tested negative for HPV. I got this all in a letter a month after my physical and was told to schedule a colposcopy. ... (2 replies)
... of ALL people will have HPV at some point. Anyway..... Had a pap Feb. 2012 and it came back atypical glandular cells of unknown significance and positive for HPV. I have since had a colposcopy, endocervical biopsy, endometrial biopsy and a cervical biopsy. ... (11 replies)

... HI , I too have had this come back on my pap smear. My last pap was in Jan. and the first week of Feb. I got a call from the Dr. office that my pap came back abnormal again. After I found out it was the typical glandular cells ( this time) I didn't know what to do. My Dr. scheduled me for a D&C to see what was going on . She thought it was my uterus..It took 2 weeks for the... (28 replies)
... glandular involvement is a rare finding, appearing only in about . ... (8 replies)
... it's very rare to develop DES problems after that. ... (28 replies)
... ys Ago. Dr Said It Will Be Three Weeks Till I Get Any Results. I Am Driving Myself Crazy Reading The Internet For Hours A Day On These Types Of Cells, As Well As Glandular Cancer, Ect. I Am So Depressed, I Have Myself Convinced I Am Going To Die. ... (4 replies)
... is the best thing for you, not only because of the glandular involvement but because of the DES. ... (28 replies)
... THE REASON THE CANCER CAN BE IN ANOTHER PART OF MY BODY IS BECAUSE WE ARE DEALING WITH SOMETHING SORT OF RARE CALLED ATYPICAL GLANDULAR CELLS. GLANDULAR CELLS ARE IN OTHER ORGANS IN THE BODY AND CAN SOMETIMES MANIFEST THEMSELVES ON A PAP IF THE CANCER IS SOMEPLACE ELSE THAT PRODUCES GLANDULAR CELLS. ... (3 replies)
... Please dear, stay calm. I am also 32 with no children and have CIN-1, high-risk cancer and herpes (a risk factor for cancer). I will have a LEEP in September. I understand exactly how you feel. The most important thing now is stay optimistic and do a lot of research like I see you are doing. Here are the answers to your questions: (7 replies)
... squamous cells atypia. ... (8 replies)
... Angel, I've read your posts with great interest as I has atypical glandular cells with a Pap in Jan. ... (38 replies)
Cervical cancer
Jan 16, 2009
... Good point! Rather than "by having sex" I should have said "had any sexual activity". (8 replies)
Cervical cancer
Jan 14, 2009
... And the pap does not detect all cellular changes of the cervix. It is very good at detecting atypical squamous cells. ... (8 replies)
... I believe that a AGUS result is different than SIL with glandular involvement. ... (8 replies)
... of atypical cells precludes a definitive diagnosis. ... (1 replies)
... Ah the joys of atypical glandular cells. While this news SUCKS, I can definitely tell you that you've come to the right place. ... (3 replies)
... It is rare as it is often misdiagnosed as the atypical glandular cells resemble benign cervical cells. There was not a lymph node dissection only because they were not suspecting this. ... (50 replies)
Good News
Nov 12, 2007
... I remember you from your earlier posts. I believe we had a similar diagnosis. I had an abnormal pap come back in July. It was atypical glandular cells. ... (1 replies)
... Hi, I agree it is important to find out what type you have. I too had a LAVH on May 28 because of an abnormal Pap (atypical glandular cells). Before that, I had a hysteroscopy, a LEEP, and a cone biopsy, and gyn onc was saying ..this is unusual, but you don't have invasive cancer. My inked margins were clear but pathology post hysterectomy indicated a 5mm mass (can't see... (12 replies)




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