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... If CIN I and CIN II are so markedly distinct, how come the pathologist couldn't determine from my one biopsy specimen whether I had CIN I or CIN II? ... (17 replies)
... Firstly, this woman is very close to me and saw me grow up with her daughter. So I know that her personal connection to me would be beneficial as she would recommend the best particular course of action. ... (36 replies)
... months and if it doesn't, the clearance rate from that point on is drastically reduced. Well, I have not cleared it. ... (36 replies)

... First of all, I am sorry you are having to deal with this. All of us here know how hard it is and remember you are NOT alone. With that said I am going to give you the info I have discovered over the past month and a half since getting my LSIL pap. ... (12 replies)
... ne or more types of genital HPV. It's extremely common. Second, if you haven't had a colposcopy with biopsy, then your doctor is only speculating that you have CIN 1. CIN 1 is a histological diagnosis that can only come from a tissue biopsy. If your pap showed LGSIL, you may or may not be CIN 1. ... (36 replies)
... have. However, since I progressed from CIN1 to CIS in less than a year, I suspect it was an aggressive strain. ... (6 replies)
... There is a good rate of regression with younger women for sure. Eating healthy, reducing stress, getting exercise, and not smoking also assist in the regression of the virus. that said, I don't think you would want to leave severe dysplasia untreated. ... (7 replies)
... Brie, I think you really needn't worry too much about CIN I. ... (6 replies)
... I just had LEEP for CIN 1. I took all in consideration and decided I'd rather get rid of the bad cells. It is a combined decision, you and your doctor. ... (4 replies)
... Yay for LAGirl!!! You are giving us all hope. I have been on a similar regimine for the past couple months...The folic acid, vitamin A, etc, under a naturopathic doctor's care. ... (10 replies)
... Ivana, I just read your message and I was surprised that your doctor decided to treat CIN 1 with leep? ... (4 replies)
... Brie, don't feel dirty or ashamed! I know that's kind of a natural initial response, but I think what helped me mentally "cope" with HPV is knowing that everyone around you probably has it. ... (36 replies)
... So, I guess large lesions do not mean it is more than CIN1, and small lesions do not mean it is CIN1 or ASCUS, it just depends on the pathology. I will wait for the path report to come back. ... (36 replies)
... Ten years ago I had a LEEP for Mild Dysplasia and this year my pap is abnormal again with Severe Dysplasia and HPV. I do not have kids yet and really do not want to decrease my chances of motherhood with more surgeries. ... (0 replies)
... So, I had my colpo last week. ... (4 replies)
... Boy, do I ever know what you mean about procrastination. ... (36 replies)
... The question becomes why do most people fight off the virus without ever having symptoms or clinical indications exceeding CIN 1. ... (11 replies)
... cancerous. However, the overwhelming majority of CIN 1 cases clear up on their own. If your immune system is strong, it may very well go away by itself. ... (5 replies)
... Ok, I have to post this since it's unlikely there are many with this diagnoses. ... (8 replies)
... that I would never have any problems with an abnormal pap again. So, that made me feel good. ... (10 replies)


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