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... supplement plan for the following 3 months so perhaps there will be regression of my cervical dysplasia, if not clearance of the HPV. ... (36 replies)
... lifetime risk of contracting one 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. ... (36 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)

... 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. ... (12 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)
... size is to track regression or progresion. ... (36 replies)
... EEP 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. I'm encouraged with the success stories of reversal of CIN III naturally. ... (0 replies)
... I had 2 tiny biopsies taken, of the same lesion. ... (36 replies)
... I am very interested in learning more about vitamins and supplements to boast my immune system as I have read bits and pieces of various posts stating positives from it. Just now, I skimmed through all of the posts here to gain information. ... (40 replies)
... from the bottom of the skin layer toward the top. ... (11 replies)
... I believe there have been studies of 2 year regression rates of CIN I. However, I'll have to hunt around later this evening for the studies. ... (6 replies)
... There are few other factors to consider like your age and future fertility. The younger, the more chances of regression. And LEEP could affect taking a pregnancy to term. ... (4 replies)
... but I had full bloodwork done at the start of this whole thing, and it was near perfect, so I'm not too worried about that. ... (10 replies)
... You likely had CIN 2, which is moderate dysplasia, at the colposcopy and it probably just regressed. This can happen. CIN 1 is Mild Dysplasia, which has a very high regression rate. Sounds like you are all clear!! That is great news! ... (1 replies)
... That's wonderful news that your biopsy results came back better off than the pap! Congrats! Goodluck with the regression and keep us posted on your progress. ... (6 replies)
... it's actually CIN II only as opposed to III, and the margins were clear all around, as well as ECC scraping. Whew. ... (8 replies)
... Brie, I think you really needn't worry too much about CIN I. ... (6 replies)
... I've read a lot of your posts, and hope you can answer some questions. I know people stress CIN1 can and usually does resolve within 1 year, but if it doesn't, what are the chances it will regress in year 2? ... (6 replies)
... A couple of things. First, I just had my 2nd colposcopy today in as many years. Prior to the procedure, my Dr wrote down all the stages, the chances of regression and progression without treatment. ... (20 replies)
... got the results of the biopsy today. ... (8 replies)


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