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... if the dysplasia is mild. Many doctors just "wait and see" also if it's mild and do a repeat Pap in a few months because many cases of mild dysplasia clear up on their own. ... (14 replies)
Biopsy Results
Mar 25, 2005
... Remember though, a cone is a more invasive surgery..with higher risk of complications or issues later on.... ... (14 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)

... 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)
"Top Hat" LEEP
Mar 18, 2006
... Ok, fast forward a week to biopsy results. ... (24 replies)
... Hi, Jana. From what I've read, women with continued positive hpv results after cone are at greater risk of AIS recurrence than women with negative hpv results. When you did your paps in the last few years, did they repeat your hpv tests as well? ... (2 replies)
... punch biopsy on Friday instead of anything as radical as the H word. ... (8 replies)
... extending well into my endocervical canal. I had a very aggressive LEEP cone biopsy in June 2005 that confirmed HSIL but the margins were clear. ... (7 replies)
... oncologist. She Told Me She Would Repeat The Pap In A Few Months And Not Do Any Farthur Testing Until We See How It Comes Back. She Did Not Seem Too Concerned. ... (40 replies)
... If doctors know there could be a repeat for another performance why start of doing to cyro... Cryro is for small areas or Mild dyplasia that won't go away. ... (2 replies)
... As far as further treatment, if the biopsy comes back showing severe dysplasia or even a microinvasion, I would guess they may try again with the conization. You may get the suggestion of a hysterectomy. ... (5 replies)
Can someone help?
Jun 22, 2004
... evidence suggests that it develops in numerous sites rather than a single location. Hysterectomy is generally recommended. In women who wish to retain fertility, cone biopsies may be performed, although this procedure sometimes causes sterility and it does not always remove all adenocarcinomas. ... (4 replies)
... hs ago I received an abnormal pap smear that was followed up with Colposcopy. These test results didn't indicate anything alarming. So I was then scheduled for a repeat pap smear 6 months later. ... (2 replies)
... Hey there K2626, If you are having a LEEP done it's because your biopsy came back positive for moderate/severe dysplasia or possibly (and please don't let this scare you) cancer in-situ on the cervix. Your doctor should've told you why the procedure is being done. I would definitely find out. I believe the "margins" are the areas around the infected area. If they are... (8 replies)
... I just wanted to add that I had a similar experience. I had an abnormal pap that was ASCUS, followed by an immediate biopsy which confimed Moderate dysplasia. ... (8 replies)
... what options might be available. It depends on how severe your dysplasia was, where it was located, and why it keeps coming back. There are other treaments, like cone biopsy, which can remove more tissue and from deeper in the canal, but whether or not that would be appropriate would depend on your situation. ... (5 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)
Loop excision
Sep 7, 2009
... then had a cone biopsy. ... (1 replies)
... I had my follow up to my cold knife cone biopsy 2 weeks after the ckc. ... (10 replies)
... Mommy has given you some great advice. I'm not going to repeat anything she said. ... (4 replies)

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