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... I'm back with my PAP results....another ASCUS pap!!!! I just don't get it! ... (25 replies)
Pap Results :(
Jun 19, 2007
... First, I want to tell you good luck on your upcoming colpo. Second, I want to tell you that your pap is only an indication that there MAY be abnormal cells. And those abnormal cells may or may not be dysplasia caused by HPV. ... (19 replies)
... Thank you so much for responding, I feel SO much better after reading your story! I will definitely ask the doctors what my last HPV test results were, I know I was tested positive for high risk a year or two ago, but I'm hoping that's cleared up. ... (2 replies)

... derful 5yr. old son. My story is April 2007 I had to have a leep procedure done and it came back as moderate to severe when I went back in October for my 6 month pap it came back normal and negative ofr High Risk HPV. ... (5 replies)
... I attempted to get the copy of my ASCUS pap from May 2007 today but my file was at the other office so no dice there. ... (2 replies)
... and Cancer of the cervix. So, ASCUS is the mildest form. That said, the significance of the abnormality is Undetermined thus the US in ASCUS. Now, this is where HPV status comes in. ... (4 replies)
... Hi..sorry for the delayed response. I have a history of ASCUS results but negative for HPV. ASCUS means Atypical Squamous Cells of Undetermined Significance. This is the mildest grade of abnormality. It's borderline normal but not quite. ... (5 replies)
... compliant. Had a ASCUS pap back in 2002. FINALLY went back for a repeat pap last month and it came back ASCUS, too. ... (1 replies)
Abnormal pap
Mar 2, 2005
... ack normal on the HPV. My doctor told me that it basically means they don't know what the problem is. Some doctors will do a colposcopy and some will just do a repeat pap in two to three months, because a lot of the times they will come back normal again like mine did. ... (18 replies)
... Can an infection prior to the pap cause this? ... (2 replies)
... I had 2 ASCUS Pap tests and 2 negative HPV tests in Dec and March, had a Colpo done in April which shows CIN 1 (mild dysplasia) with HPV changes on the ECC well as 2 spots on the outside of the cervix. My Dr has given me the choice of a LEEP/CONE but also says he is very comfortable with a wait and see approach and to repeat the PAP in August (4 months). I have not yet decided... (7 replies)
... up was abnormal. It really does depend on what the results of the pap were. Since you didn't test positive for HPV, either, your doc probably doesn't feel the need to treat you as aggressively. ... (3 replies)
... ASCUS is considered a mild abnormality and basically means that your results weren't entirely normal but not entirely abnormal. So most doctors will repeat a pap in 6 months to see if the cells have returned to normal, or possibly turned into something different. ... (3 replies)
... I am new here, but have read several posts. I am still confused about what the best action is. I had a PAP in December 06 and it came back Atypical Cells of Undetermined Significance. I also had a HPV test done and it was negative. ... (2 replies)
... to repeat pap. ... (26 replies)
... Fingers crossed that all is well. Though I had HPV, it seems to be "dormat" now since the HPV DNA test they did after the ASCUS pap was negative. That is good, of course but, with my history, I'll ALWAYS worry! ... (7 replies)
Getting nervous
Dec 23, 2017
... My GP was fine with going back to 3 year screenings since I was finally tested for HPV and it was negative. However, the pap registry obgyn was really concerned due to the constant ASCUS results. She was the one who insisted on a colposcopy and actually called me. ... (2 replies)
... Let me back up a step. Did the doctor tell your daughter what the PAP test results said? ... (5 replies)
Beyond Scared
Aug 14, 2007
... ECC, my doc said he felt it was a LOT worse than the pap. He took 6 biopsies. The results were HGSIL with extension well into the endocervical canal. I had a VERY aggressive LEEP cone biopsy and the results confirmed HGSIL. ... (10 replies)
... Atypical Squamous Cells of Undetermined Significance. It's an abnormal pap result that is "vague." There are cellular changes but why cannot be determined. There are no lesions, tho. ... (7 replies)




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