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... I had an apnormal pap in May of 2004 then a coloscopy which came back mild dysplasia. My doctor told me that it would most likely go away on its own. ... (2 replies)
... so he sent me to a gyn onco which i visited yesterday and he recommended the LEEP procedure for me. He said its not a matter of days or even weeks but months that this has to be done. so does this mean that this could change to cancer in a couple of months? ... (5 replies)
... I'm fairly new to this board myself, and I haven't been here in a while, but as I read through various posts, I see how scared and anxious a lot of us are. ... (1 replies)

... h you in that I would have completely opted for laser ablation over LEEP, but my doctor didn't offer it. And thank God she didn't because the pathology from the LEEP diagnosed me with adenocarcinoma in situ when previously my diagnosis was only CIN 2. ... (2 replies)
... I just had my LEEP done last week and while I was on the table the Dr. said oh we have a problem.If I do the LEEP your strings will be cut and have to be surgically removed. I had it removed.Hopefully the insurance will pay to have it reinserted. ... (5 replies)
... I've been married for nine years, with my husband for 13. I've had normal paps my whole life. Three weeks ago I got my first abnormal, ASCUS. Everybody said not to worry. I then found out it was ASCUS with a high risk strain of HPV. Naturally, I was shocked and have spent hours learning all about HPV. ... (3 replies)
... I actually am not that scared of the procedure. ... (20 replies)
... lanned to have children, but we were hoping to wait another two years or so. But I'm beginning to wonder if we shouldn't go ahead and try now. I mean, how much of your cervix can they remove before it's no longer enough to hold in a baby? ... (3 replies)
... I believe your gyn should be able to tell the strain of HPV after the colpo. ... (2 replies)
... First of all, I'm sorry you're having issues with trusting your doctor. From what I understand, he performed a LEEP and didn't get all of the dysplasia because he used a too small loop. I'm sure you're a better judge of this than I am, but I don't see that he has done anything wrong. ... (8 replies)
... Many people believe that the sun causes cancer, but when used properly the sun can help heal some types of cancer. It does this by assisting the immune system to do its job more efficiently, and the sun can be very beneficial in the healing process. ... (22 replies)
... Most places where I have read about HPV say most of the time the body rids itself of the virus in a couple years. I am positive for high risk HPV, and was told by a doctor I will have it for the rest of my life. ... (36 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)
... Plus, you will always be at a much higher risk for dysplasia of the vagina. ... (3 replies)
... xposing himself to the virus! I don't blame you at all for wanting to take a rest. If you don't have the risk of getting pregnant and exposing yourself to more of the virus, you're going to be able to relax and reduce stress and hopefully clear the virus, so taking a break makes perfect sense to me! ... (8 replies)
... Hi Becks. First let me tell you that you are not alone. ... (8 replies)
... I just got back the report on the Pap smear taken on your vist september 26th, which does show atypical cells and the presence of the Human Papilloma Virus, which has been reported as High to Intermediate Risk. ... (4 replies)
... waiting for LEEP pathology to come any day. ... (22 replies)
... What do you feel is the alternative if you don't have a LEEP done and you have moderate to severe cervical dysplasia? ... (5 replies)
... ay is in regards to only one cervical biopsy, so that's why I was confused as to how come it bridged low to high grade lesion, if it's only one spot. I have high risk HPV and have been having ONLY ASCUS paps for the past 3 years and the past 2 biopsies during those years were benign. ... (17 replies)




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