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... Hey girls...sorry for the delayed response. Since seeing a new doc earlier this week I've been preoccupied reading up on cryo and all that...doing tons of research too. ... (36 replies)
... that it might say columnar cells, not glandular. The words are used interchangeable, but the nurse may not know that. Or, like you said, she wasn't comfortable reading any more of the report to you. ... (11 replies)
... She said that pathology would type, grade and stage it and we would go from there. ... (0 replies)

... deeper, then I would have had to have had a radical hyst and lymph nodes removed. The pathology report from my hyst said that there was no residual cancer. All cancer was removed during the cone biopsies. ... (5 replies)
... I'm normally just reading the boards, but wanted to reply to you.... ... (7 replies)
... the pain, but pap cam back with abnormal glandular cells . It was at this point that I was finally notified that I had HPV and only then because I requested my pathology report and it was there in writing. ... (8 replies)
... Hi everyone...i'm new to this board but have been reading for a few months now. ... (3 replies)
LEEP results
Feb 21, 2005
... Hi everyone...i'm new to this board but have been reading for a few months now. ... (14 replies)
... I'm new to this board but just reading it I find it very helpful and think it's a great thing. Anyways, this my story..... ... (18 replies)
... It turns out there was no need to schedule a follow up for going over the pathology report, and it's been canceled. ... (6 replies)
... to go over the path report with the Dr. ... (6 replies)
... I am so sorry this is happening. Try to keep in mind that this cancer has a very high cure rate, compared to some others. Most women survive this cancer, even when it's invasive. Perhaps the "invasion" is limited to your reproductive system, and can be eradicated by a hysterectomy. If there's lymph node involvement, maybe a little radiation after the hysterectomy can cure... (57 replies)
... I've been reading these boards for 2 weeks since my nightmare began. I don't even know how this works, but I need help to cope. ... (57 replies)
... and then called me at 9pm Last Friday night. I had to go to the doctors for post LEEP bleeding on Monday and I talked to a different doctor who told me from my pathology report it looked like they didn't find AIS at the margins. I got a copy of the report and called the pathologist myself, guess what.. ... (2 replies)
... I have done alot of reading about this and you will find they will do close follow up initially when margins aren't clear. ... (21 replies)
... You know I love reading your posts! ... (36 replies)
... Hi Zoe! I'm so sad to hear of your diagnosis. Every time I see Adenocarcinoma in a thread title a chill goes up my spine. You've probably been reading my posts, since I was diagnosed with adenocarcinoma Ia1 and have given the measurements of my 2 lesions. ... (89 replies)
... I had a hysterectomy in September and the pathology report was clear so nothing was lingering in my cervix or uterus. ... (3 replies)
... she has just not gotten around to reading it. ... (3 replies)
... up, I told the nurse that when I take my BP at home, I usually cross my chest with my left arm which is where I have the wrist BP monitor. The nurse tried and my reading was 146. ... (3 replies)


Associated Tags: adenocarcinoma in situ, biopsy, carcinoma, cervical cancer, cin iii, cold knife conization, colposcopy, hpv, hsil, invasive, leep, pap smear

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