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... I do want to let you know some facts that might ease your mind . . . it is very unlikely that your CIN 3 has progressed to cancer. ... (9 replies)
... and that is much worse than having multiple procedures, and can have a much bigger impact on your future fertility and your life!! CIN 1 and 2 can sometimes reverse itself, but since you have had repeated procedures and it keeps recurring, it looks like your body just isn't fighting off what's going on. ... (3 replies)
... if both of these things happen, it takes anywhere from 10 to 15 years for a HPV infection to manifest to cancer. Please don't worry. Even the fact that you have CIN 3 doesn't mean you will get cancer if it's untreated, but they will remove it for you because it might. ... (7 replies)

... AMENamenAMEN! Many women (and even doctors) have an assuption that the pap will detect all bad cervical changes. The truth is, it doesn't. The pap only samples the cells on the outer cervix (1/3 of the cervix), not the cervical canal. The outer cervix might be fine, but there could be problems in the canal. From what I've read, the progression is 5-10 years. I'm not... (6 replies)
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... my nurse told me that lsil is mild dysplasia (cin 1) while hsil can cover anything from moderate (cin 2) to high (cin 3) dysplasia. She said that usually labs err on the side of caution when interpreting pap smears so a colposcopy is the real analysis tool. remember, your gf does not have cancer! just a condition that MAY turn to cancer if left untreated. treatment is... (28 replies)
Jun 5, 2009
... I'm assuming she meant "high" as in high grade. High grade encompasses both CIN 2 and 3. That's when they'd do the LEEP. Still, it high grade isn't really all that serious. ... (25 replies)
... of CIN 3 will progress into cervical cancer if left untreated. ... (6 replies)
... I'm confused. And PLEASE go to the doctor for follow up! You don't want to leave CIN 2 or CIN 3 untreated! ... (8 replies)
... I would like to caution you against cryotherapy as a treatment for severe dysplasia. Cryotherapy destroys the cells completely yes, but in doing so, leaves no tissue to review pathologically to be certain of the extent of abnormal cells. A punch biopsy done during a colposcopy is only a tiny picture of what is happening in terms of cell changes, with severe (CIN 3) it is... (7 replies)
... I wouldn't want to be that guinea pig!!! (6 replies)
... Hi, I had my first abnormal Pap (mild dysplasia) about 5 months ago and had to wait about 4 months to have my first colposcopy. My doctor didn't even explain to me the risks of having high-grade dysplasia from my colposcopy because she assumed that I would only have mild results and that my body would just clear the infection on its own. I just got my results back from the... (20 replies)

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