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... office saying they found atypical cells and they are scheduling me for a colposcopy next week. ... (10 replies)
... What does it all mean? ... (3 replies)
... So, they have found no source for the atypical cells. ... (3 replies)

... What a huge relief! Time to go pamper yourself! I can't remember, you had atypical squamous cells, not atypical glandular/columnar cells, right? (13 replies)
... Aytpical squamous cells grow more slowly than atypical glandular ones. ... (13 replies)
... had normal pap for a few years and had two kids on 2004 and 2007, pap results have been normal. 2009 pap shows Atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance with high risk HPV. ... (1 replies)
... I don't know much about the British health care system, but from what you've written I'd be very frustred. I recommend you push to be seen by someone else. This is a very long post, I apologize in advance. ... (4 replies)
... she does the colpo, please ask for an ECC. ... (13 replies)
... was. It takes a little research to learn what the different terms mean, but they are really helpful in understanding what is going on. ... (7 replies)
Colposcopy Results
Dec 12, 2009
... some of you know i had a dreaded colposcopy and i got my results in the mail today, all it says is "Your colposcopy revealed some atypical cells." and that i should come back for another pap in 4 months. Did anyone else have atypical cells? ... (3 replies)
... The Pap smear was reviewed and the number of atypical squamous cells is quite small. Diagnostic features of squamous carcinoma in situ were not present on the previous pap smear. ... (7 replies)
Irregular vessels
Mar 26, 2005
... My Gyn recently found atypical vessels in a colposcopy. ... (2 replies)
... I am now a total nervous wreck! I received a copy of the Pathology report yesterday and it states "epithelial cell abnormality. Atypical squamous cells of undetermine significance. ... (5 replies)
... Hi Jules, while none of us can definitively say someone does or does not have cancer, we can help you understand some of what might be going on. ... (20 replies)
... You are talking to the queen of all wimps here. I just had a curretage done and it came back likely reactive. My pap showed Atypical Endocervical Glandular cells, favor neoplastic. I had my endometrial biopsy come back normal, yet they still want to do this! ... (6 replies)
... I had two paps and a colposcopy before they decided that I needed a LEEP done. My first pap came back ASCUS or atypical cells. They just recomended that I came back for another pap in 3 months. So, I did and I had a thin prep pap done, which showed mild dysplasia. ... (7 replies)
... will have to find new doctors etc over there. I just feel scared i am jumping ahead of all this if its not necessary, but at the same time be good to know if or what is going on in there. I really hope you get answers soon too. ... (5 replies)
... please note that does NOT mean you have cancer or are likely to develop cancer. ... (8 replies)
... Does this type of testing mean anything to anyone? ... (38 replies)
Apr 3, 2009
... poscopy and biopsy and the Doc confirmed the lesion but I have two and the one on the bottom was severe so he said this is most def. dysplasia BUT my question is does that make it severe dysplasia? ... (6 replies)

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