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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)
List of Questions
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)
... My boyfriend smokes on a regular basic... If we have unprotected sex can he make the dysplasia come again and make it worst? ... (36 replies)
... n thing making pregnancy more difficult but as far as the other procedures... Loop and cryosurgery I hear that if it is used more than once it can have an affect of having kids but I also hear that the doctor can stitch up the cervics as well... Did anyone hear differently? ... (36 replies)
... of ironic because he's such a great guy, and it's like, you expect to get this type of thing from someone who is not so nice, someone who is irresponsible and sleazy, if that makes sense. ... (36 replies)
Back Again
Aug 28, 2007
... The chances are slim that the results of the LEEP will be worse than the biopsy was. It is possible but pretty unlikely. ... (14 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)
... 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)
... i went in for a pap and it came back mild dysplasia and I needed to come in for a biopsy where they cut some of the tissue and sent it off to get it looked at. ... (36 replies)
... I'm so glad that you are researching and reading all that you possibly can on how HPV and dysplasia works. ... (36 replies)
Cin Iii
Dec 27, 2006
... I had the same thing, and had laser in August 2005. To my surprise, I had a recurrence of abnormal cells this last November, after an initial pap in February'06 coming back normal. ... (3 replies)
... Good point, lobo! I wasn't aware of that... ... (23 replies)
Beyond Scared
Aug 14, 2007
... I'm not TERRIBLY concerned. But, with my history, I will ALWAYS be concerned about my paps. My doc said to get a repeat pap in a year but I have no intentions of waiting that long. I see him this coming Monday and I will discuss a repeat pap ASAP. ... (10 replies)
Abnormal Paps
Apr 8, 2005
... that procedure is only suppose to be for severe dypslasia. I think you should have done a leep because the cyro is not all that great with removing cells the first go around. ... (3 replies)
... I've heard of some women being put under and for the same reason you that you mention it. ... (28 replies)

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