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... I've had three abnormal paps within a year and a half. All of them were due to "Atypical Squamous Cells of Undetermined Significance." So, my OBGYN has now recommended a colposcopy. I'm absolutely terrified. ... (6 replies)
... I was scheduled for a colposcopy the next week. My doctor noticed no abnormalities to biopsy but did take an ECC. ... (1 replies)
... and that a biopsy was being done to check for cancer. ... (5 replies)

... I recently posted saying I had just gone in for a colp and my Dr called me back saying I need to go in for LEEP and the 1st available appt is Jan 21st. Which I think is way too long to go. ... (13 replies)
... so I was sent for a colposcopy. ... (6 replies)
... HSIL does not mean cancer. It means you have some abnormal changes that could lead to cancer if you are not treated. Your doctor will probably refer you for a colposcopy and biopsy to get a definitive diagnosis. ... (7 replies)
... onc doesn't take any woman who has less than a CINII results. So with CIN III I think it is purdent to go ahead and get a specialist's advice. ... (13 replies)
... HI Kels, I'm not sure if I have any advice but I wanted to try and reassure you. First, were you diagnosed as CIN1 and CIN3 through a colposcopy? ... (5 replies)
... My name is beth and i just joined this forum. about a year ago i had a pap that was abnormal. the cells were not normal, mild dysplasia. i had a colposcopy, then a LEEP. i thought this was the worst of it, and i was going to be fine. ... (7 replies)
... grade dysplasia and my doctor just had me going in twice a year to monitor the changes. Well, in September 2010 my pap came back as severe grade dysplasia and my doctor scheduled me for a LEEP in November. ... (2 replies)
... I have been on these boards quite a bit recently and reading the posts really do help when it comes to trying to keep yourself thinking positive. ... (3 replies)
... My daughter had an abnormal pap and she had a colposcopy she has hpv and her numbers came back on paps, 16,18,3133 35 39 45 51 52 56 58 59 68. ... (8 replies)
... Hi Kate! Boy, what a stressful situation you are dealing with. FWIW.....cervical polyps are very common and are growths on the cervix. ... (7 replies)
... e OK. HPV is very common and your daughter should be fine with proper treatment and follow up, which it sounds like she is getting. She is fortunate to have such a great mom on her side. ... (8 replies)
... I had my youngest son in 2001, and that was the last time I seen a doctor, due to health insurance reasons. ... (1 replies)
... although abnormalities existing higher in the endocervical canal are difficult to detect through a pap. Are you scheduled for a colposcopy soon? ... (13 replies)
... I got my results from my colposcopy today and my doctor said that my biopsy showed that I have moderate dysplasia. ... (5 replies)
Feb 19, 2006
... I've had abnormal paps for over 30 years now, but it appears my latest pap showed a change in the cells. I went in for a colposcopy with my gyn. and he took three uterine biopsies. They came back normal. He was baffled because he said he knew what he saw on the colposcopy. ... (0 replies)
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Nov 23, 2009
... ASCUS and a few other terms, which basically say "somethings wrong, but we aren't totally sure. ... (2 replies)
... Hi everyone, When I was 19 I had a PAP come back abnormal and was sent for a colposcopy and biopsy because they told me I had HPV but it was no big deal because the biopsy came back fine. I went for repeat paps for 1 year all normal. ... (1 replies)

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