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... My question is that I am still unclear as to what exactly I should expect to hear from the results of the biopsy, even after all of the research as well as after having read all of your very helpful posts on the subject. ... (8 replies)
... about the 28 girl who died of advanced cervical caner. So, I went online and found a female gynecologist who was close to my age group. ... (1 replies)
... biopsy. Results given to me over the phone as CIN11 Moderate dysplasia. Asked me to come in to have a LEEP. Had the LEEP. ... (12 replies)

... Nevertheless, if I were you, I'd insist on a cone biopsy before any decision is made about hysterectomy. ... (1 replies)
... logy with you. Hopefully you will hear that the "margins are all clear". That means they got all abnormal stuff. From my experience my regular gynos MA will give results over the phone or they send me a letter. My gyno oncologist only gives results. ... (12 replies)
... Hi. About a month ago I had an abnormal pap that showed mild dysplasia with high risk hpv. I had a colpo done last week. My Dr's nurse called me and said that the doctor want's to do a LEEP. She wouldn't tell me much over the phone so I had her fax me the results. They read : Cervical Biopsy: Endo and Ectocervix with focal mild dysplasia, CIN 1 and Hpv effect. ... (7 replies)
... C, and endo biopsy were fine. CKC came back adenocarcinoma Ia1. The lesion was 1.2mm across and 1mm deep. ... (89 replies)
... area of the cervical canal, and not the entire 360 degrees of the canal. ... (1 replies)
... Feb. 2012 and it came back atypical glandular cells of unknown significance and positive for HPV. I have since had a colposcopy, endocervical biopsy, endometrial biopsy and a cervical biopsy. Endocervial and endometrial came back normal but the cervical biopsy showed mild dysplasia. Dr. will repeat pap in July. ... (11 replies)
ECC Results
Sep 22, 2009
... if I'm understanding your post right, you're saying that the ECC isn't ruling out squamous lesions, but IS ruling out glandular? ... (1 replies)
... tell me that I'm losing it. Then again, I always kind of expect the worst, so when the results come back, I'm not as shocked. ... (12 replies)
... Well, they saw the results from my 1st biopsy and thought it was the results from my LEEP since they were back to back. I kinda freaked out when the nurse said she had bad heart stopped. ... (12 replies)
... Despite your awesome explanation, I am confused on one point. If I'm understanding correctly, then the tissue from the ECC is located ABOVE what they consider to be the cervical wall? ... (89 replies)
... er skin cancer. My best friend is 34 and they believe she has lung cancer. She has a mass in her lymph node by her lung. Its in a hard to get to spot. They did a biopsy on it, no cancer, but they said they didnt get to the "meat" of it. So yesterday she had a PET scan. She will have the results today. ... (12 replies)
... Also, I don't believe that hpv has anything at all to do with ovarian problems, while nearly all cervical problems are related to hpv. ... (38 replies)
Feb 9, 2010
... cy. Also, hypothetically speaking, if you do have any procedures on your cervix that cause your cervix to become incompetent during pregnancy, they can perform a cervical cerclage on you to help your cervix remain closed during the duration of your pregnancy. ... (29 replies)
... of the women who have atypical cells on cervical biopsies have atypical squamous cells. ... (10 replies)
... I don't know the typical lapse between having a biopsy and getting the results but it would seem the results should be in by this time. So maybe the lab failed to notify your doctor of the results or your doctor's office failed to update your chart. ... (1 replies)
... too. I went from good paps for 26 years to positive for high risk HPV, to a clear colposcopy but an ECC that showed adenocarcinoma in situ, to a cold knife cone biopsy that showed adenocaricnoma Ia1, to my gynecological oncologist's office. That happened within 3.5 months. ... (7 replies)
... But, back in the 80s, they used to use transvaginal 5FU cream for cervical dysplasia, with as I recall good results. ... (31 replies)

Associated Tags: adenocarcinoma in situ, ais, cervical cancer, cin111, pap smear

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