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... story that unfortunately, all too frequently pops up in this forum. Long monogamous relationship, suddenly high grade cervical dysplasia reading. I totally agree with Pickle Eyes about the HPV testing. It has saved a lot of women. ... (27 replies)
... I don't remember the last normal pap smear I had. I've had two colpos, each with a punch biopsy, and last year I had a LEEP. ... (3 replies)
... aving a second LEEP. It shouldn't interfere wit having kids. But I would strongly suggest waiting until you resolve your HPV situation first. You just never know with these things....esp high risk strains.... ... (3 replies)

... low risk". The high risk strains cause you to have abnormal paps identifying abnormal cervical cellular changes, that if left untreated, will progress to cervical cancer! ... (1 replies)
... infect your self with the same strain like herpes so don't worry about passing it back and forth. ... (36 replies)
... LEEP procedures are merely removing the symptom of HPV, which is the cervical dysplasia. So when my doctor suggested I get a LEEP done, my biggest fear was having to have more than just one. As a last resort, of course get it done if you are nearing cancerous stages. ... (1 replies)
... I had 2 normal paps in 6 months and was told I could go to a yearly pap again. On my yearly pap this Jan came back abnomal. Having a abnormal pap close to multiple normal paps is not out question. I have had a LEEP and a Cone biopsy. The LEEP was a procedure that numbs the cervix and is not put you under general anesthesia. ... (3 replies)
... I had a LEEP done in Feb of 2009. ... (6 replies)
... They told me they'd call me with results from the basic exam and PAP in a week to two weeks. They called me at work 2 days later instead, and told me I had severe dysplasia and cancerous cells. ... (3 replies)
... that I would never have any problems with an abnormal pap again. So, that made me feel good. ... (10 replies)
... increases with each one because it is basically chipping away at the length of your cervix. ... (5 replies)
Beyond Scared
Aug 13, 2007
... after consulting with 3 different gynecologists who recommended three different treatments for me. ... (10 replies)
... cancerous cells which led to a LEEP procedure just last year. ... (12 replies)
... Brief history recap, in 2005 I had LEEP for CIN III. Was having multiple symptoms which landed me in a urologists office. ... (16 replies)
... and that is much worse than having multiple procedures, and can have a much bigger impact on your future fertility and your life!! ... (3 replies)
... Repeat pap was done right away and came back fine, however was tested for HPV at that time and came back positive of High Risk HPV. I was only told by the office that my pap came back fine. I was never informed that I was HPV positive. ... (8 replies)
... a pap showing severe dysplasia. I had roughly 3 colposcopies. The initial, a retest of who knows what anymore, and then another retest while 6 months pregnant with my twins. The amount that was taken was quite small, some was better than none as my doc put it. ... (9 replies)
... By all means, if you are uncomfortable with the procedure, go for a second opinion. ... (3 replies)


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