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... HSIL these are taken more seriously and usually requier an immediate colpo. HSIL is NOT cancer but it is far more likely to turn into it than ASCUS or LSIL. ... (12 replies)
... dyslasias will not progress into cancer at all and the body is able to clear the dysplasia on it's own. Most research indicates it will take 10 years for cervical cancer to develop, although there are cases that have progressed much quicker than this. ... (6 replies)
... Upon doing a little research, I find that the old Class III pap result like mine was is NOT the same as CIN III. Class III was 'suspicious cell changes,' but CIN III IS or is more likely to be an early cancer. ... (33 replies)

... t now. He successfully managed not to pass it on to former girlfriends, but I guess I was the lucky one. He only gets outbreaks every six months or so. Months into dating him I got my first outbreak. He takes Acyclovir twice a day only when he gets a breakout. ... (36 replies)
... He said you would have to go to a special research lab that does this typing. I know this testing DOES exist, but he may be right that you'd have to go to an HPV research center and request it. ... (36 replies)
... years. I'm not sure how those numbers were acquired. Did they watch women who had untreated, but identified dysplasia and it took that long to develop into cancer? ... (6 replies)
... No, I do have my doubts. I went yearly for paps, always normal. So it either went from normal one year to CIN III the next, or the pap missed the abnormal cells. I have a tendancy to think things into the ground, which isn't always the best thing. ... (36 replies)
... Results came back that both pieces, from length to length, depth to depth were completely covered in CIN III cells. Or as some call it Stage 0 cancer. I had asked the doctor what can we do about it, and the response was nothing but watch and wait. ... (1 replies)
... You need to make one thing perfectly clear to your doctor: you are the paying customer and you deserve to be treated with respect. Even though you may not be a doctor, you have lived with your body longer than anyone else and your opinion that something is off needs to be respected. Doctors who cannot or will not talk to their patients are a menace. I had repeated pap... (4 replies)
... I've done research into these terms and I think I understand them well, however, I'm still confused about some other things for which I've received no clear answers. ... (4 replies)
... It can take months or years. Research has shown that it typically takes years, but more rapid progression is possible as well, as many of us on this board have experienced. ... (4 replies)
... ing it difficult to see the transformation zone. I was informed this happens on occassion, but isn't necessarily the norm. I was told by a member on here I fall into a small group of people this happens to. ... (36 replies)
... der for you to make the right decision for yourself, you should seek out different opinions from different professionals. The truth is, it's not going to develop into cancer over night. You still have time to do more research and make your own decision without feeling forced. ... (8 replies)
... Well, I was wondering about Gardasil and its effect on hrHPV clearance in the long term. Of course we don't know that yet, but, say your hrHPV goes into a state of dormancy then crops up 5 years later. By then the vaccine has fully kicked in, will it help? ... (36 replies)
... the smaller area was CIN II. I was then referred to a gynecological oncologist in my area to perform a LEEP. My initial visit with my new G.O. ... (7 replies)
... last pap. I, too, have been having abnormal paps for almost 3 years now and all my biopsies have come back benign until this past May which showed I had between CIN I and CIN II. ... (11 replies)
... for CIN III and CIS, after 1 LEEP procedure. ... (22 replies)
... and i had HGSIL on cervix which was extremely scary. I am in the process of finding out which level of CIN i had, and i know it was moderate to severe the first time around. The Doc confirmed i needed a LEEP. ... (6 replies)
Beyond Scared
Aug 13, 2007
... dysplasia is, in general terms, not a progressive disease. It can present at first as CIN 1,2 or 3 and many times, more than 1 state. Mild, moderate and severe only indicate the depth of the epithelium that the lesion penetrates. ... (10 replies)
... Read, read, read! Research everything you can about dysplasia. ... (11 replies)

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