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Repeat Cone Biopsy
Nov 21, 2008
... I have had two cold knife cone biopsies...this year April and June. ... (3 replies)
... I don't know that a doc is going to do a cervical length test in your case, or that it's indicated. ... (45 replies)
... Just had my 2nd opinion at Sloan Kettering, the doctor was listed on NY Magazine's top docs for gynecologic oncology, specializing in cervical cancer. After examining me and reviewing my records, he recommended a repeat cone. ... (45 replies)

... I had a colposcopy, and she said things didn't look 'too bad' and a biopsy. Strangely, the biopsy showed only inflammation, no sign of dysplasia. ... (0 replies)
... Anyhow, in 2005 I had a pap come back as LGSIL. The colposcopy was so bad doc prepared me for a cancer dx. I had 6 biopsies taken in addition to an ECC. The results were HGSIL with extension well into the endocervix. ... (5 replies)
... issue. it might not even be related to your previous HPV infection, and therefore not in danger of developing into cancer in the future. If I had to guess, I'll bet it will have cleared up before your next PAP in a few months. ... (5 replies)
... I wouldn't wait to July either. I'd get another opinion from a different dr if possible. there are certain types of cervical cancer that grow at an alarming speed but usually they are very slow growing. ... (16 replies)
Phaedrus
May 17, 2005
... karen, my thoughts are with you as well. Hoping this next repeat pap comes up clear, or at worst slight abnormality. Thank you for sharing, I will be following up on your posts...yep, you better post! ... (19 replies)
Beyond Scared
Aug 14, 2007
... 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)
Back Again
Aug 28, 2007
... The chances are slim that the results of the LEEP will be worse than the biopsy was. It is possible but pretty unlikely. Your doctor should have gotten a pretty good idea of what you are dealing with at your colposcopy. ... (14 replies)
Can someone help?
Jun 22, 2004
... Treatment for Cervical Intraepithelial Neoplasia. ... (4 replies)
... I'm sorry to hear about your condition. I don't understand if you have cervical cancer why your doctor would do Cryosurgery on you when it is used for the beg. stage of Dypslasia and not cancer. ... (2 replies)
Need Advice
Oct 10, 2006
... Personally, I would wait and repeat the PAP...you have mild dyspasia and your doctor is not lying...at that stage, it can resolve itself. But, that is just me. ... (3 replies)
I've lurked enough
Feb 20, 2009
... has dysplasia or AIS, you are definitely a candidate for this! But, if you have AIS, a cone biopsy with clean margins is generally considered the only treatment you need. ... (29 replies)
"Top Hat" LEEP
Mar 18, 2006
... They decided to do a colposcopy just to make sure since I have a history of cervical cancer in my family. I had an appt. ... (24 replies)
... Normally the protocol for an abnormal pap that shows abnormal cells is to do an HPV test and if positive for a high risk strain, follow up with a biopsy. If the biopsy confirms considerable dysplasia they will usually do a LEEP procedure as a first step. ... (15 replies)
... normal cells, which was alarming because all my paps were always normal. They told me it was still safe to wait. About 6 weeks after the birth of my son, I had a repeat pap, which to no surprise, was still abnormal and was ADENOcarcinoma in situ. ... (5 replies)
... Mommy has given you some great advice. I'm not going to repeat anything she said. ... (4 replies)




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