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... No, it's not likely that the dysplasia is coming out. Dysplasia is defined as changes to the cells of the cervix or vagina. These changes are part of the cervix and not anything that can come out without some sort of procedure. ... (2 replies)
... Not sure why the doctor said that, but indeed some factors increase recurrence chance of CIN. ... (2 replies)
... come again also. I feel as though I'm domed either way with this whole Dysplasia thing. Mine has only been the Mild stage and my doctor is monitoring it and I pray and hope it just goes away. ... (36 replies)

... moderate cervical dysplasia and if this helped you in the long run? ... (2 replies)
... and recurrence rates are high because that procedure is the least invasive. I am suprised that it hurt you so much, as I had tha proceudre and I thought it was not bad at all. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, I have heard contradicting things about whether using condoms if you are only with one partner will help prevent the reccurence of dysplasia. However, the last word I heard was what my doctor told me. ... (36 replies)
... Studies show that people with positive margins are NOT more likely to have a recurrence of dysplasia than people with negative margins. That's because the wound is cauterized after the tissue is removed, so often any leftover dysplasia is often destroyed. ... (13 replies)
... ecause im only 20. unfortunately im on an immunosuppressant called immuran which also poses a possible risk for infertility. also im wondering if the possibility of dysplasia reoccurring is increased since i am on an i guess ill have to talk to my doc about that one. ... (36 replies)
... sure we got it all to you should have a hysterectomy before the end of the year, but I think it is all about the insurance. ... (68 replies)
... Shadow, that's great news! Does your doctor have any thoughts on what you should do in between paps to maybe help with the chances of recurrence of abnormal results? ... (21 replies)
... or more of mild dysplasia spontaneously regresses, but how do we know what those women were doing in their lives to help that situation out? ... (19 replies)
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Feb 28, 2009
... ing for glandular involvement when he did the procedure, so I'm concerned about missed lesions and how to effectively monitor my cervix for recurrences. Can any of you think of any questions I should add? ... (12 replies)
... I had an apnormal pap in May of 2004 then a coloscopy which came back mild dysplasia. My doctor told me that it would most likely go away on its own. ... (2 replies)
... Let me try to answer some of your questions. First of all, about why the dysplasia can or cannot return. That is confusing and i was wondering the same thing, but this is how my doctor explained it to me. ... (36 replies)
... A lot of factors can determine if your dysplasia will get worse or not. The biggest thing is if you have HPV or not. If you have HPV, the dysplasia will almost certainly not go away on its own and may likely have to be removed by a procedure, whether LEEP, cone etc. ... (36 replies)
... here has had the LEEP done, and if dysplasia has reoccured for you. ... (36 replies)
... a LEEP or that they can cure it on their own. I think we really have to consider what our advise to might lead people to do, or NOT do, and what the consquences of that might be. ... (34 replies)
... sized" lesion at 1 o'clock. I asked him to remove all of it with biopsy but that didn't happen. ... (36 replies)
... Thanks for responding to my questions. Although I hear that even if one has HPV and it's a CIN 1 it can go away on it's own. That's why doctors want to do the "Wait and see" procedure. I will talk to my doctor about the second hand smoke situation. My doctor didn't tell me ANYTHING about what to avoid while having this condition. I don't know what strain I even have but... (36 replies)
... in a monomgamous marriage of 16 years. A month or so after the HPV news, I had my first colpo. The doctor didn't need to take any biopsies because my exocervix looked fine. ... (7 replies)

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