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... BUT ITS THE LOWEST ONE WITH ATYPICAL CELL CHANGES, I HAVE HAD THREE COLPOS AND ALL COME BACK THE SAME SO MY DOC TELLS ME IT WILL CLEAR ON ITS OWN AT SOME POINT. ... (10 replies)
... Your doc said atypical cells. In my experience, that's a good thing. Especially good is the fact they said they are happy to wait and see if they clear themselves. ... (10 replies)
... of atypical cells detected during pap are squamous cell. They grow slowly and grow to their neighboring cells. ... (10 replies)

... Squamous cells are on the "outside" of the cervix. ... (1 replies)
... Atypical cells are not normal but not cancerous. ... (56 replies)
... whether that tissue is atypical. They don't know if it is elsewhere and to what extent. I say this because atypical glandular cells do not spread from one cell to another cell, they skip over cells. ... (10 replies)
... squamous cells and glandular cells. Squamous cells are closer to the vagina. Glandular cells are closer to the uterus. ... (4 replies)
... Next, do you know what type of atypical cells you have? ... (4 replies)
... but agus is atypical glandular cells of unknown significance coming from my cervix. I was just wondering is that cancer? ... (6 replies)
... but from you pap results, I think the atypical glandular cells is the more worrisome result since it progresses to cancer more quickly. ... (10 replies)
... biopsy results have atypical squamous cells. Atypical squamous cells are more common and slower growing than atypical glandular cells. ... (5 replies)
... Having atypical glandular cells doesn't mean you have invasive cancer. ... (13 replies)
... An atypical pap can come back atypical for many reasons besides atypical glandular or squamous cells. ... (1 replies)
... The cells that are in the uterus are also glandular as well as the ones in the cervical canal. It is a prudent action for the doctor to test the uterus as well as the canal. My doctor did an endometrial biopsy when I had my CKC. ... (13 replies)
... Since you said you have HGSIL, I believe that means your atypical cells are squamous cells. This is better news than if they were glandular. Squamous cell dysplasia grow more slowly than glandular cell dysplasia. ... (5 replies)
... to remove my uterus and possibly the left ovary. In addition, they would do a frozen biopsy of the lining of the uterus as well as the cyst. They uterus looked fine, however the ovary didn't. The cells showed not only endo cells, but also "atypical cells". So out the ovary came. ... (7 replies)
... is glandular in nature. The uterus is also made up of glandular cells. ... (8 replies)
... and I can't believe they want you to wait three months to have a hyst. Invasive cancer that's spread to the uterus needs to be addressed ASAP. ... (28 replies)
... One way to determine if the atypical cells originated in the cervix is for the doctor to do the ECC. It scrapes the cervical canal to determine if there are atypical cells in there. If the canal is clear, but there are atypical cells in the uterus, then I'd think that means the problem is uterine exclusively. ... (8 replies)
... and then had a LEEP done. At the time of the LEEP, they did an ECC that came back, immature atypical squamous metaplasia. Evidently the cervical sample came back with no CIN at all. This was in November. My April Pap came back normal. ... (1 replies)


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