It appears you have not yet Signed Up with our community. To Sign Up for free, please click here....



Message Board


Cancer: Cervical & Ovarian Board Index
Pages: 1Showing 1 - 17 of 17 for repeat ascus result. (0.004 seconds)


... wasn't really sure." When I read the report myself, it actually said ABNORMAL CELLS PRESENT, HOWEVER, DEFINITIVE DIAGNOSIS CANNOT BE MADE DUE TO SIZE OF SAMPLE. Repeat pap at the same time had same result, ASCUS. I was scheduled for another colposcopy with biopsy at the end of January. ... (3 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)
... Your ASCUS PAP could've been the result of a minor infection. Antibiotics and a repeat PAP at a later time is the standard treatment. ... (2 replies)

... wns are my weakness. More than anything, I was caught off guard by the AGC results. I very much had a feeling that something wasn't right again, but I expected a repeat of the ASCUS result I had previously. I'm doing better with the worrying, and I am trying to just stay busy through the rest of this week. ... (6 replies)
... Take a deep breath. Again. First, I hope that you recognize that you did NOT have cervical cancer and that your original pap smear did what it was supposed to do: Find abnormal cellulars changes BEFORE actual cancer. Next, there's levels of abnormality (http://cis.nci.nih.gov/fact/5_16.htm, scroll down to #8). You might simply have an ASCUS result or CIN I, and in both... (10 replies)
... But back then I was treated immediately with the clindamycin cream that you are on. A repeat pap then turned up normal but with mild inflamation. No cautery was done. ... (13 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)
... to repeat pap. ... (26 replies)
... be women who do not fit the statistics. There will still be a woman who tests normal for years on her paps, and if she is testing normal, they are NOT going to repeat an hpv test every smear, are they? ... (34 replies)
... then it's probably a repeat PAP to see if the cells have cleared up. If it's still abnormal, then they would most likely do a colposcopy. ... (5 replies)
... You should at least contact your doctor's office and ask whether your latest abnormal pap was an ASCUS pap. If it was, you have little to worry about. ... (5 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)
Asc-us
Jul 5, 2007
... My PAP came back LGSIL which is one stage past ASCUS. My colpo biopsy result confirmed CIN I. At this point we are taking a wait and watch approach with a follow up PAP in four months. ... (13 replies)
Nervous
Jun 6, 2009
... ASCUS usually corresponds to a biopsy result of CIN 1, though a lot of doctors will do more testing to see exactly what it means. ... (25 replies)
... I have a question. On my very first pap it said that I had Mild dyplasia/HPV but they never did a thin prep on me. Now my papís are just saying mild dysplasia since it's been a year with them monitoring it. How can they say I have HPV when they never tested me for it? Heck, my doctor never even told me about the strains I could have. She just shrugged it off and was like... (5 replies)
... I am not sure how common ASCUS is during pregnancy, but I also had an ASCUS pap. In Nov. of last year I had that type of pap result. ... (5 replies)
... pap smear came back "mildly atypical" but has nothing to do with cancer or infection usually, but I need to repeat the pap in 6 months. She said it's a common result and could be due to a number of causes, including having sex to close to my pap date. ... (3 replies)




Pages: 1

All times are GMT -7. The time now is 01:41 AM.





© 2022 MH Sub I, LLC dba Internet Brands. All rights reserved.
Do not copy or redistribute in any form!