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... And yes CIN 3 is one step from cancer, but it's one enormous step. It takes usually about 10 years to become cancer. ... (33 replies)
... oes seem fast. From my own personal experience, I went from normal to adenocarcinoma in situ in about a year. I have no idea the average rate of progression to CIN 3 and whether your case is common. But, from my understanding, the progression from CIN 3 to cancer takes usually about 10 years. ... (20 replies)
... There is only one FDA approved HPV test associated with the PAP and that tests for far more than 3 types. ... (20 replies)

... reat it, he needed to have pieces removed from his penis or a chunk cut out of his testicles. And that even after surgery, he will always have to worry about it recurring and having to have more removed. ... (19 replies)
... and i had HGSIL on cervix which was extremely scary. I am in the process of finding out which level of CIN i had, and i know it was moderate to severe the first time around. The Doc confirmed i needed a LEEP. ... (6 replies)
LGSIL...what now?
Jul 18, 2007
... every doc I've spoken to really do not like using that anymore since it's only most successful for CIN I and you shouldn't be treating CIN I with anything at all. ... (4 replies)
... I am a 28 year old who was diagnosed with severe dysplasia CIN III back in 98. I had a leep done and was told that I may have problems conceiving or carrying later in life. ... (3 replies)
... I hear of people having cryo and it recurring a lot. ... (19 replies)

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