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Scared uninformed
Mar 10, 2009
... Okay, I must've misread part of your previous post. There is a big difference between "removing the cervix" and "removing PART of the cervix. ... (12 replies)
... It is possible that the HPV can cause further problems. It is also possible that with the cervix removed that your body can fight the virus so it doesn't cause further problems. ... (4 replies)
... I am hoping to have a 3rd some time. I have read and heard procedures where the scar tissue can be stretched? ... (1 replies)

... It's squamous cell. One area in the cervix 1 cm deep and microscopic in size which is why my doctor would not have seen it when removing my cervix. ... (5 replies)
... I wouldn't look at it as not good news. Both doctors are finding ways for you to have another baby. Both of my doctors said the hysterectomy was the approach only for women who were done bearing children. ... (57 replies)
... I'm with Lily, I would think that after the ECC diagnosed the AIS that the doctor woudl do a CKC. ... (4 replies)
... She did the biopsy on Tuesday. ... (20 replies)
... to share my experience, and hopefully help someone else who may be considering this procedure. In the spirit of not making this one post extremely long, I will probably write some, and then add other stuff as I think of it. ... (36 replies)
... Ok, well, at this point, it is a very good thing that everything is out. The good news is that if it really was just contained, it is out and gone. ... (12 replies)
... cancer screening test that is more accurate than the pap smear. ... (6 replies)
... a "good" patient and agreed finally to go ahead, I had 25 radiotherapy treatments and was to have 5 chemo sessions. After 2 chemo sessions I petitioned to stop the chemo. Just couldnt do it.... ... (2 replies)
... my authorization to sign it was for a trachelectomy. Didn't know what that was so I pulled my phone out and looked it up..... NO NO.... we are doing a LEEP NOT removing my cervix. The doctor did change the form to read LEEP but tried to explain that it was just a technicality, that basically he was removing "part" of my cervix. ... (5 replies)
... There aren't really different degree of the procedure, but the doctor does decide how much cervix to remove. Your doctor could remove 2mm or 2cm or even more! Usually if they want to remove a lot, they will do it under general anesthesia. ... (3 replies)
Comb biopsy?
May 21, 2007
... A cone biopsy is removing a peice of your cervix that's the shape of an icecream cone. ... (2 replies)
... Course, if your doc is using topical anesthetic such as Hurricaine gel, you won't feel any of it. In terms of what to do with the findings of the biopsy... ... (7 replies)
... Don't fret too much about the LEEP. Like many women on this board will tell you, it's not much different from a pap smear and just as fast. The only thing that is important for conserving fertility is how aggressive or conservative the doctor is in taking out the abnormal part of your cervix. ... (16 replies)
... You need to discuss this with her if she is the one doing the surgery. If the cyst is only on one ovary, you absolutely DO NOT have to have the other one out too. ... (26 replies)
... I haven't had a LEEP done, but when I talke to the different doctors about LEEPs, they told me quite different things than you doctor did! ... (25 replies)
... I just had a vaginal hysterectomy and they took my cervix too. There was no sign of cancer. Last two paps were normal. However when my uterus was sent to pathology they found invasive cervical cancer. ... (12 replies)
... There will be a point where you can no longer have the LEEP or cone biopsy procedures, as there is only so much cervix! ... (3 replies)

Associated Tags: adenocarcinoma in situ, cervical cancer, invasive

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