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... was normal and my most recent one just came back as mild dyplaysia again. They want to leave it alone and repeat the pap in 6 months. Has anyone else had this recurring dysplasia? ... (3 replies)
... Did you ever have a colposcopy and/or an hpv test? If not, I strongly suggest both, especially the hpv test. If that's negative, you can rest assured you're ok. Based on your timeline I think it's more likely the second pap didn't pick up existing dysplasia. Regardless, you really want to know what grade it is right now. It does recur though, if your immune system does... (3 replies)
... That is what I am concerned about is the six month waiting period. I mean in my mind I am thinking, I had it six months ago and they did a leep procudure to get it all out, at my three month pap after that it was gone and now three moths after that its back. I think that it is pretty quick to have it back and if it can come back within three months who's to say it can not... (3 replies)

... I know a lot of people who have had displaysia more than one time. What I don't like about your situation is that they are going to leave it and repeat in another 6 months. Sometimes it will go away on its own, they probably are going to see if that happens but I would request a 3 month checkup and ask them why they don't want to do any further testing at this time b/c you... (3 replies)
Abnormal Cells
Feb 21, 2009
... will develop into cervical cancer. A large portion of dysplasia will regress on it's own but because it is impossible to know who will progress and who won't, it is important to either monitor the dysplasia or remove it. ... (10 replies)
... But in either case, you will be FINE. The LEEP has a great track record at keeping the dysplasia from recurring and in treating the affected area. ... (8 replies)
... Hi Hurried: Dysplasia is NOT cancer, first and foremost...so there's some good news for you. As for dysplasia recurring, unfortunately it can even with a hysterectomy and/or cancer treatment. It can show up in the vaginal cuff or even the vulva! So, it's good that you caught it early and are having the cone. The cone will tell the doctor exactly what is going on and... (4 replies)
... lways such good advice and information here but I wanted to add that while the symtoms you have been experiencing are frightening and can sometimes be related to cervical cancer there also many other possibilities that can cause the same symptoms. ... (6 replies)
... Do you know what stage of cervical cancer that your sister had? ... (2 replies)
... info, which for some maybe be an option of hysterectomy. I have a cervix, so yes, perhaps I have a right to comment on cervical cancer. ... (22 replies)
LGSIL...what now?
Jul 18, 2007
... e much too aggressive and in her 20 years of gynecological experience, she now sees the benefit of adopting a conservative approach when treating milder cases of dysplasia in young women. ... (4 replies)
... up pap, it will just be a swab of the cervix and maybe one of the cervical canal. Did you say your LEEP was in October? ... (4 replies)
... HPV contraction. HPV causes dysplasia so I imagine as long as we have HPV we will have recurring bouts of dysplasia, be it in one year or 10 years. I will continue to see my doc regularly to avoid cervical cancer, it's the best I can do! ... (11 replies)
... As if it wasn't enough that I had to deal with severe dysplasia for the past two years, and that I was diagnosed with cervical carcinoma in situ in February and had to have laser surgery for that in May, now I have to have both ovaries removed because of recurring ovarian cysts. ... (0 replies)
... s a major contributing factor for many cancers, and cervical in particular. ... (8 replies)




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