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... I've actually had a longer history with this. Here's a little bit about my experience. About 6 years ago I had an abnormal pap. after the colposcopy it came back CIN1. We waited, retested, and it progressed. She performed the LEEP. After that, I went 6 years with everything being okay. ... (3 replies)
... my story is two LGSIL paps, one colpo with negative biopsy and CIN1 endocervical currettage. My doctor at the time was very unsupportive, didn't help explain anything, and told me I needed a cone biopsy. ... (2 replies)
... This was done just a month after my cone biopsy which showed clear margins...How could it have come back so soon? ... (4 replies)

... My dr told me that they can tell from the colpo biopsy results if the abnormal cells have spread past the base membrane. ... (17 replies)
... Ok, so on may 12th I had my routine pap done and my doctor saw a lumpy looking thing on my cervix. I had a punch biopsy on the 14th and got the results back a week later saying that I have CIN1 in transition to CIN2 from HPV. ... (3 replies)
... I think I basically had the same results. I had my LEEP done for CIN1 and CIN3 in two different areas. I got the results today and they came back NO dysplasia at all. ... (29 replies)
... I hope you get a lot of information from your doctor when you talk tomorrow! ... (18 replies)
... cancel that appointment and get a second opinion from someone. ... (18 replies)
Cone Biopsy
Jan 13, 2007
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Cone Biopsy
Jan 10, 2007
... As I am wanting to have a child in a year or so. I am 34 and I have 2 older children. I had them at a very young age. I have been divorced from there father but, we still get along good. I have a wonderful man I am seeing now and we plan to marry soon. ... (9 replies)
... Hi, I am recovering from an aggressive cone biopsy and my follow up is on may 3rd also... ... (5 replies)
... months and if it doesn't, the clearance rate from that point on is drastically reduced. Well, I have not cleared it. ... (36 replies)
... the doctor recommended that the next step would be a colposcopy, since I was not familiar with this and was told that the lab that they use sometimes came back with negative results, I seeked a second opinion. ... (7 replies)
... Here is my story... On top of having severe endometriosis, which I had mostly removed 3 weeks ago, my last pap came back abnormal and I was told that I have HPV. I've come to terms with having HPV. ... (4 replies)
... CIN1 from my October 2007 pap. ... (36 replies)
... my first result came back as a cin2 so they put me in to have a biopsy, this was done in docs rooms by nipping a small piece out. ... (6 replies)
... s changes to the cervix. Because it was in the beginning stages of cell changes, the doctors were giving your body its chance to fight off the virus and send it back into dormancy. Now because it has progressed they are deciding your body may need a little help. ... (9 replies)
... I also had an abnormal pap smear . I freaked concidering I had a pap from another obg 4 months earler that came back perfect . ... (4 replies)
Very scared :(
Feb 6, 2013
... I called one and explained and the lady said that she couldn't tell me when the appointment would be until she had seen the results as even though the letter says urgent that's not an indication the results are. ... (2 replies)
Worried
Jul 10, 2008
... Hi there! Sorry you even have a need for this board but we're glad you're here. So let's jump on in. There are a few things that aren't exactly clear from your post. So I'll ask them and if you know the answers...great. If not, add them to your list for the Dr. ... (35 replies)


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