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... situ are both being placed in the category of CIN III. Mild dysplasia is called CIN I and moderate dysplasia is called CIN II. ... (18 replies)
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... e can offer advice for my situation. I had my first abnormal pap smear a year ago this July, followed by a colposcopy which showed HGSIL, followed by a LEEP. I repeated this entire process four months later because of the same diagnosis. ... (8 replies)

... once should not have an effect on your fertility, but repeated procedures can wear out the cervix and make it weak. ... (36 replies)
Am I selfish?
May 18, 2007
... rance reasons.. When I saw my doctor he did a coposcopy and immediately advised I get the leep done that same day. The results of the biopsy came back as hygrade cervical dysplasia. ... (3 replies)
... Abnormal pap smears can be caused by relatively harmless conditions that have nothing to do with dysplasia or cancer. Minor infections, inflammation, and even pregnancy can cause abnormal paps. ... (1 replies)
... ay for the past month with no previous bleeding. I have been to the doc and he is arranging an urgent appointment with a gynaecologist. The thing is I had CIN 11 cervical dysplasia treated at age 20 then had normal smears for several years, then stupidly i did not have a smear from 1997 until about 6 months ago. ... (1 replies)
... You usually do not have a hysterectomy until you have cancer. People who are past child bearing age may have a hyst after repeated recurrences. A hyst presents a whole lot of problems especially to someone who is too young to be going through menopause. ... (41 replies)
... Thank you for your reply. Actually in my country tha pap smear should be done once a year and since I am not so young.... This time I delayed it for 6 months almost and it was out of the blue. The result was just ASCUS. If it was by HPV I think I should have been told on the result since there is a special field for this. Maybe it is another kind of infection and as my doc... (12 replies)
... Mild dysplasia usually reverts to normal on its own in young women. ... (12 replies)
... being aggravated by something, but itself is not something to worry about, although your doctor should try to find the reason that this is happening. Low grade dysplasia means there are early abnormal changes in the cervical cells, and is something to be watched but will often times clear on its own. ... (1 replies)
... Do you know what stage of cervical cancer that your sister had? ... (2 replies)
... I should preference this by saying I am no expert so I'm only sharing my opinions based on my abnormal PAP. I won't comment on the uterus and ovary portion because I simply don't have experience there. The PAP result was ASCUS (atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance). ASCUS is the mildest form of abnormality. The levels are Normal, ASCUS, Low grade... (4 replies)
... This questions is for Pickle Eyes...I think I've read every post you've ever written so far! I too have gotten an AIS result from a colposcopy and biopsy. You say in your post that glandular abnormalities aren't usually found by paps because only squamous cells are on the outer cervix. I have a spot - able to be seen through colposcopy - on my cervix that my regular OBGYN... (9 replies)
... Have you had repeated colposcopies and ECCs after the AIS diagnosis? ... (9 replies)
... but I don't know much about the accuracy of paps as far as low grade versus high. Nor do I know much about the error rate of cervical biopsies. ... (2 replies)
... Hi gals, thanks for responding. The doctor who is an expert on endometrial issues and who did my cervical laser isn't being communicative anymore, so I may have to find another. ... (11 replies)
... nant with my daughter in April of 2002, I had coloposcopy but no bioposy because it didn't look bad enough to risk it during the pregnancy. It was supposed to be repeated at 28 weeks but I moved to NH and the dr forgot about it and then when I said something to her about it she said it was ok to wait till my 6 week chkup. ... (5 replies)

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