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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)
... homeopathic route for treating dysplasia and seem to back more the LEEP, cryo options. ... (19 replies)
Good news story
Jan 8, 2008
... because I want you to know that there is hope...With severe dysplasia, unclear margins, and glandular involvement, my daughter was certainly at high risk for the dysplasia to return. I am confident that a healthy diet, vitamins, and exercise have contributed to her good health. ... (16 replies)

... First off, let me say that I'm sorry to hear of what you're going through and of your unclear margins. I know how stressful all of this dysplasia stuff can be, but know you've come to a great forum with all of us women experiencing similar health concerns. ... (10 replies)
Good news story
Jan 9, 2008
... or recurring dysplasia are consistently having normal pap results...and the only thing he is doing differently is administering the vaccine! ... (16 replies)
... Sorry, no one really seems to know the chances of dysplasia returning. If you still smoke, the chances are higher. If you take excellent are of yourself and minimize stress, the chances should be lower. ... (4 replies)
... How can you have severe dysplasia without HPV? ... (20 replies)
... And for those were the dysplasia comes back, women will have a 2nd LEEP and that's it. It is very RARE for this to be a recurring problem. ... (20 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)
... 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)
... d have been browsing and finding valuable info and support. I am in a world of anxiety and fear after learning that a LEEP I had done 5 years ago to treat severe dysplasia may cause complications in pregnancy? ... (3 replies)
... you know you're in my thoughts and i hope your doctor can ease your pain and offer you a better alternative as to LEEP after LEEP. is there a reason why you had recurring dysplasia? ... (2 replies)
Now I am scared
Feb 19, 2005
... I did a quick search and found out that recurring dysplasia does not impact fertility, though if your dysplasia is associated with HPV, it may mean that you have been exposed to other std's and those can affect fertility. ... (5 replies)
... about having children, but I'd rather not have the option entirely greyed out for me, as it were, so can anyone give me advice on what choices are available for recurring dysplasia after a LEEP? ... (6 replies)
... am not a nurse or doctor, I have only taken biology in college, so I dont know how things work. It seems like my nurse and dr. don't really deal w a lot of this recurring stuff, so I've heard many things in our conversations that do not make sense to me. Yor comments, however, have put my soul at ease...thank you. ... (20 replies)
... Anyway, back to your original question. I read on another discussion board for women with gynecological cancers. I've read that some women get recurring dysplasia on repeated smears. Some clear them after a pap or two, others don't. I don't know why or how. ... (2 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)
... 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)
... I had an abnormal pap and another colposcopy. I believe I had mild dysplasia that time, and it was again treated with a laser. ... (4 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)

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