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... A friend of mine caught HPV from her boyfriend which later turned into genital warts and she had to have them removed a few times. ... (11 replies)
... Success rate for what? ... (1 replies)
... I don't think any doctor will or SHOULD recommend a LEEP for someone with CIN I as that is much too aggressive. ... (6 replies)

Leep?
Oct 25, 2007
... Sorry to hear you are going through all of this. It sounds like so far you got an abnormal pap result back. ... (1 replies)
... for over 2 years and it didn't get worse, and then it finally regressed. Every woman and body is different, but the healthier you are, the more chances you have of your HPV being suppressed. ... (36 replies)
... I'm 33 years old, married for 10 years with no children. Off an on, I've had abnormal paps. In January of 2008, I had an abnormal pap that showed the presence of high risk HPV. I had a colposcopy done, but the doctor didn't see any dysplasia to biopsy. ... (5 replies)
... tigerlilyx61, I think this is the study you were in! Let me know if this is it: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/entrez?db=pubmed&uid=3818228&cmd=showdetailview&indexed=****** Not a very high success rate unfortuantely (and it never made it past phase II trials), but it looks like you were one of the lucky ones who benefited from a higher dose of TRA (outcome was... (31 replies)
... probably the most common treatment. If they freeze the cells, they can't send a sample to pathology. There is also some evidence, although not conclusive that LEEP has a better success rate than cryotherapy. With severe dysplasia, you want to make sure that you don't have cervical cancer. ... (9 replies)
... ur doctor is telling your mom she only has ten years to live. This does not make sense to me, I'm sorry. I also wonder if him saying 10 or 11 stages is his way of trying to simplify things? ... (9 replies)
... Hello there, I am currently going through the same problem with insurances. I had LEEP back in Febuary and just moved to Kansas from NY. I just got word today that my insurance company will not cover anything cervical for 1 year. ... (21 replies)
... the LEEP seems to have a higher success rate than freezing. That is the impression I got when my DR's nurse explained it to me. I had mild to moderate dysplasia. ... (9 replies)
... First, I totally understand the feeling of panic you are having! ... (1 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)
... Thanks for responding to my questions. Although I hear that even if one has HPV and it's a CIN 1 it can go away on it's own. That's why doctors want to do the "Wait and see" procedure. I will talk to my doctor about the second hand smoke situation. My doctor didn't tell me ANYTHING about what to avoid while having this condition. I don't know what strain I even have but... (36 replies)
... A lot of factors can determine if your dysplasia will get worse or not. The biggest thing is if you have HPV or not. ... (36 replies)
Beyond Scared
Aug 13, 2007
... Welcome to this board! You will find that you are in a great online community of supportive women experiencing similar situations to yours. ... (10 replies)
... Thank you so much for all the congrats and every single one of you may come to the new house....cabana boys for everyone!!!!! ... (68 replies)
... up Paps since and they've both been normal. The success rate with LEEPs, laser, cryo, etc. ... (3 replies)
... the good thing is you detected something if its there, and dysplasia can be removed with a very high success rate. i had severe dysplasia removed in february 2004 with a LEEP and am going for my second 3 months checkup next week, and so far all has been clear! ... (5 replies)
... If so, you might have a higher chance of recurrence but, even still, that does not mean you'll get cancer. ... (5 replies)




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