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... re done with kids it's probably why your doctor has chosen this procedure. Even though it's always mild dysplasia I think the fact that it's recurring makes you a candidate for a cone biopsy. You're very likely to no longer have any problems after this procedure. ... (6 replies)
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... My annual PAP showed "low" dysplasia, so I went in for the biopsies yesterday. As I am menopausal and the cervix turns a bit inward, the doctor also did high up in the cervix which he can not see through cystoscope. ... (5 replies)

... I second the advice to get a second opinion, just for peace of mind. Its always a good idea before any major surgery. ... (7 replies)
... I had a cone biopsy done in January and it really was not that bad. The afterpains was really minimal and consisted mostly of soreness more than anything. ... (10 replies)
... My first ECC showed AIS. My first cone diagnosed AdCA Ia1. ... (89 replies)
... I was also petrified when my dr. said I would need a cold knife cone. I've never had surgery or been under before. Because I had CIN III the dr. ... (6 replies)
... I just got my results from my colposcopy and Endo biopsy today. My doc said it came back negative for malignancy but there is a high grade lesion and I need to do the LEEP and cone biopsy. ... (3 replies)
... Hey Ladies! I just had my cone biopsy a few hours ago, in the hospital, under general anesthesia. I'll apologize now for any incoherentness, as I'm still a bit loopy, but I just HAD to let ya ladies know how it went, and it was suprisingly painless. ... (3 replies)
... I had cone biopsy done last Thursday and am still waiting for the result. Then last night had a VERY BAD dream that I got unclear margins!!!! ... (2 replies)
... I've had a total of seven surgeries or procedures where I was "put to sleep". ... (7 replies)
... Yikes, I went to put in a return and ended up posting my accident! ... (89 replies)
... III is one tiny step away from cervical cancer, and you absolutely do not have time to screw around. Don't let this go another month while you locate a new doctor and then go through the preliminary stuff all over again. Get your LEEP and get that CIN out of there before it progresses to cervical cancer. ... (6 replies)
Cold Cone Biopsy
Feb 11, 2006
... Thanks Karen for your reply. I have been crying off an on since I found out, not because I am scared but just because there always seems to be something goin wrong with me. ... (18 replies)
Cone Biopsy
Sep 14, 2009
... I'm not sure about the period quetion, but I did want to chime and say you have nothing to worry about with the CKC. I did have some cramping for a couple of days afterward, but nothing I couldn't handle. ... (3 replies)
... id have positive margins extending endocervical canal. It is still CIN3 or CIS so it is dangerous to keep it in there as it is higher up so also harder to see in a colpo. I will go back in August to have another pap and then schedule my hysterectomy. ... (8 replies)
... Thanks for all of that info, Zoe. ... (89 replies)
... I didn't realize you would have to have a catheter for so long after the trach. Why is that? ... (89 replies)
Cold Cone Biopsy
Feb 16, 2006
... As for my surgery, he talked about doin it laparoscopic an then removing everything vaginally, unless he runs into to much scar tissue. ... (18 replies)
... They are different ways of getting the cone biopsy. They are performed slightly differently and recovery is slightly different. ... (24 replies)

Associated Tags: cin3, ciniii, coloscopy, cone biopsy results, endocervical curettings, leep

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