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... ds to be removed. I know I am old to have kids since I am forty five. Went for a vaginal ultrasound and the doctor said it was excellent the only problem was the pap smear which showed atypical cells of unknown significance coming form cervix and some outside cells were showing atypical changes like macrocariosis. ... (6 replies)
What comes next?
Feb 24, 2010
... that came back normal so we went on to a pap smear and got the results in yesterday. They called me and told me that I needed to come in to talk about the results. ... (10 replies)
... The things was that they didn't even know what was wrong with me. Unfortunately, I have yet to feel any different. About 2 months ago, I went to a OBGYN. A pap smear was done and results came back negative. Then, he ordered a vaginal ultrasound that indicated that I have not one but four cysts. ... (6 replies)

... Hi Plus1more! I don't know a lot about ovarian issues, but I can answer a few questions. The CA125 test is a marker for ovarian funcitoning/proteins. The pap smear is used to detect many cervical changes (though not all - I think it is 80%). When it comes to your ultrasound, find out if you are having an internal scan (transvaginal u/s), also. If so, they may want... (3 replies)
... 2cm = 20mm 1.3cm = 13mm The metric system is base ten. 1cm = 10mm A dime is about 1mm thick (or the wire of a paper clip). My pinky (measured at the finger tip) is just about 1 cm wide (or 10 dimes thick). That ought to help give you a general idea of the thickness. Your lining has grown .7cm (or 7mm) since 2001, from what you've said. I hope that clarifies... (4 replies)
... Mommy has given you some great advice. I'm not going to repeat anything she said. I *do* want to add a bit to her last paragraph. I am only talking from my personal experience and what I've read. There are 2 types of cells in the cervix: squamous cells and glandular cells. Squamous cells are closer to the vagina. Glandular cells are closer to the uterus. Atypical... (4 replies)
... Thank you for your response. I went to see another doctor today and he explained that it is CIN II and I had another pap smear today, so I have to wait on the results to see if it is still showing abnormal cells. ... (2 replies)
Adnexal Mass
Aug 12, 2007
... pap smear on tuesday of last week and my doctor told me she couln't feel my right ovary. ... (6 replies)
... I've now been referred for an ultrasound scan and have to wait 6 weeks for the biopsy results! It's so infuriating! ... (1 replies)
... ing long term effects, I did have an incompetent cervix during pregnancy but they were aware of the risk and monitored the length of my cervix using transvaginal ultrasound and caught the problem before a miscarriage could occur. ... (80 replies)
... I am pregnant now, about 8 weeks, and my Dr. has told me that he will give me an ultrasound early as well as check my cervix length to see if it's competent to carry the child or if I'll need a stitch to close my cervix. ... (10 replies)
... If you check the symptoms of ovarian cancer, and you have more than one, you could ask your gynocologist to have a vaginal ultrasound scheduled for you. That should show your ovaries more. ... (2 replies)
... I am 34 yrs old and on april27,2005 I had REAL heavy bleeding and went to the gyno had a ultrasound the kind the insert the tube in the vagina and it came back normal so my doc put me on prometerium and it lightened up the bleeding but it never stopped so 3 weeks later I had a D&C and bioposy done ONLY to find I had stage 2 cervical cancer not to scare you but if you are... (7 replies)
... If not, I would call and speak to him about it and ask why not. Pap smear results are wrong all the time. The only way to be sure is with a biopsy. I'm also very surprised he is making you wait 2 wks to go in for an ultrasound. ... (15 replies)
... menopause, that's what makes it difficult to detect endometrial cancer in its earliest stages if it develops prior to menopause. It does not show up on a PAP smear. ... (4 replies)
My ovaries..
Aug 7, 2003
... I had a pelvic ultrasound about 2 months ago, which was clear. I had a Pap smear about 4 months ago that was fine. I haven't got any STD's, etc. ... (14 replies)

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