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... or if it was just higher up toward the uterus. I hope that helps you regain some confidence in your ECC. I am very thankful for mine. ... (89 replies)
... in a monogamous marriage for 16 years. ... (1 replies)
... but before I got on the pill I was weighing 127 I wanna stay in between 147 and 160 for some reason. It was kinda hard for me to stop at first but I was like hey this is for my health so Im stopping today. ... (13 replies)

... I'll make it quick. In 2005 dx with abnoral cells and had a colposcopy that showed nothing other than I had HPV. Didn't think much of it and went on with life. For a few years everything was going well. But the past 2 years have been terrible. ... (0 replies)
... I strongly encourage you to get copies of your pathology reports, at least as far back as your last pap or two. ... (22 replies)
LEEP Today
Feb 6, 2009
... The squamous cells are on the outer part of the cervix. This is the area that is scraped during a pap and looked at during a colposcopy. ... (13 replies)
Ultra small cervix
Oct 27, 2008
... So, this is the pap that uses the microscope to view the cervix. ... (3 replies)
... You can have your Pap smear at any time before or after your period. A little bit of light bleeding should not affect the results but Pap smears DO have a false positive rate so it's a possibility. ... (2 replies)
... Maybe that could be a reason instead of or in addition to HPV. It is entirely possible that you have it. Probable even. And, it is very likely that your boyfriend does, too. ... (7 replies)
So Scared
Apr 19, 2013
... I know what you're going through, it's scary but you will get through it. In 2003 I had my first ever abnormal pap and a colposcopy showed CIN3 and CIS like yours. I went with the cold knife cone too. ... (4 replies)
... anging from your cervix by a little thread of skin, and sort of teardrop shaped. The doctor can easily twist it off with tweezers or whatever instrument they use for that purpose, and you probably won't even feel it. Then the doctor will send it in to a lab to check it for cancer. ... (10 replies)
... Ok, so on may 12th I had my routine pap done and my doctor saw a lumpy looking thing on my cervix. ... (3 replies)
... I'd always heard nothing in the vagina for 24 hours before any gyno visit. However, I think the rationale for that is that it can cause a false abnormal pap by damaging some cells on the surface of your cervix. ... (8 replies)
May 3, 2009
... This is one of the questions I have for him. ... (16 replies)
... Hi...and thanks for all your info. ... (22 replies)
... Anyway, I don't feel like waiting for a fax so I'm just going to drop in when I get a chance. ... (23 replies)
... ever had any reason to believe there was anything wrong. ... (15 replies)
... He said the reason I had the cone was because he thought maybe he managed to miss some bad cells the first time. ... (18 replies)
Good news story
Jan 9, 2008
... leep pap in March, his nurse said they were beginning to see a pattern of normal paps with patients who were given the vaccine. ... (16 replies)
... riday. 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? ... (7 replies)

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