It appears you have not yet Signed Up with our community. To Sign Up for free, please click here....



Message Board


Cancer: Cervical & Ovarian Board Index
Pages: 1Showing 1 - 14 of 14 for reverse mild dysplasia. (0.005 seconds)


... in the case of mild dysplasia your body has a huge opportunity to fight off the virus and the abnormal cell changes. ... (3 replies)
... I've had a history of paps showing Ascus and biopsies showing mild dysplasia. I have also been diagnosed with one of the high risk strains of HPV. ... (1 replies)
... I've had a history of paps showing Ascus and biopsies showing mild dysplasia. I have also been diagnosed with one of the high risk strains of HPV. ... (21 replies)

... the cost of Aldera. Although initial dysplasia is caused from HPV infection, Bottom line is dysplasia is a systemic condition that is a result of a very poor immune system. Smoking is the number one problem if you are testing positive for dysplasia. ... (7 replies)
... omething natural you might try. I'm still in the process of seeing if this works and I posted about it last year in a post called Using Vitamins and Minerals to reverse cervical dysplasia. ... (13 replies)
... Mild and moderate dysplasia does not always turn in to cancer. Very often, your body's immune system can reverse the process totally. This is why doctors often take a "watchful waiting" course of action with anything less than severe dysplasia or carcinoma in situ. ... (6 replies)
... ad another article explaining that women, over the age of 40, previously diagnosed even with low grade CIN 1, were more likely to experience either recurrence or dysplasia with higher grade of 2 or 3 within two to six years AFTER initial cryo treatment. ... (17 replies)
Phaedrus
May 28, 2005
... mritta, hang in there. In some ways, its probably less frustrating to have severe dysplasia, cos at least we qualify for treatment. And just the waiting for treatment can be frustrating, but to wait to see if you need treatment, then wait again to see if it is needed now, and so on.... holy cow, you must be ready to keel over with worry. Have you made the changes to your... (19 replies)
... in 12 months. Then, I waited about 5 months and had a conization. Here's the weird part, my pathology report came back MILD dysplasia! So, basically, I did the reverse of what you did. This is one strange virus. I'm right there in line with you on the vax! ... (8 replies)
... mild dysplasia is a pretty good diagnosis. It can be monitored easily, the body might be able to reverse it, and it is very early stage. ... (6 replies)
... At your age, I'd think that the ASCUS is very low level of cellular changes. The colpo will help the doctor determine the extent of the changes. The good news is that at your age, your body is likely to reverse the cellular changes of even CIN I (mild dysplasia). How worried should you be? I can't really answer that. I know that you should be diligent in always... (12 replies)
... moderate dysplasia. However, if this does nothing to help my dysplasia then I will have to consider surgical treatment options. ... (3 replies)
... Since the pathology says "no evidence of dysplasia" I assume the "mild nuclear pleomorphism" pertains to your cervix and not your endometrium (although there can be endometrial tissue on the cervix). Since the pathology says "to a degree that falls short of diagnostic for low-grade squamous intraepithelias lesion" I wouldn't think you'd need to do anything at this point.... (2 replies)
... I have to use reverse-action pliers to open up the navel ring, because I have a 10 guage ring in there, which is 2 sizes bigger than 'normal'. Same with my earrings, they are 8 guage which is quite thick, I have to pry them open. My ear cartlidge (helix) piercing is an ordinary metal ring, but I hate messing with it because it is more tender, as its a fairly new piercing. ... (9 replies)




Pages: 1

All times are GMT -7. The time now is 12:18 AM.





© 2022 MH Sub I, LLC dba Internet Brands. All rights reserved.
Do not copy or redistribute in any form!