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... HPV is a virus. There are many strains of the virus some are considered HIGH RISk and others are considered LOW RISK. ... (5 replies)
... Many doctors don't feel that colpos or biopsies are necessary until the Pap reaches HGSIL level, but your life may depend on them doing just that. You see, Pap tests only sample the surface cells from the cervix. ... (6 replies)
... pt and was shown the pathology report, HGSIL. The reason the Dr feels it was not picked up on the colposcopy and the biopsies back in November in the first place is because it is higher up in the cervix and the only way to reach that area is doing a cone biopsy. I am scheduled to go in for a cone on July 24th. ... (3 replies)

... the bad tissue. Because it cauterizes as it cuts, the tissue left over might have been burned away by the LEEP tool, and therefore not really be an issue. This is probably why your doctor wants to evaluate you again in two months. It is your decision to make as to what you want to do. ... (3 replies)
... in and said they had to do the colposcopy. she talked with the head dr., and they reviewed my reports and were very confused at how everything was positive for HGSIL and then the leep came back negative. they mentioned this a million times, how it just made no sense. ... (10 replies)
... My suggestion would be to ask for your pathology report. That will tell you exactly what the pathologist found and you can then proceed to do your own research. I've found that you can't always trust what the "nurse" says. ... (2 replies)
... I know exactly what you are going through although my results were a little different. ... (6 replies)
... Ask about your specific diagnosis. If you have a pathology report, ask about what was biopsied, how, why, what the results mean. ... (5 replies)
... ymptoms, but certainly there can be many benign causes of things like bleeding, pain, weight loss, or other things like that. The fact that you got clear margins is a good sign. I'm hoping your doctor will be able to clarify things more when you go for your appointment. Waiting can be really stressful, so hang in there. ... (2 replies)
... If so, what did you have to go through? ... (0 replies)
... so she recommended a cold knife cone. I had a second opinion and the gyn onc agreed with what my original dr. had suggested. ... (5 replies)
... ADVICE...here is my story... ... (8 replies)
... I can't remember what you've said before. What do you mean the LEEP didn't work. I know you've said, I just don't remember. ... (1 replies)
... I was so scared that that means it has turned into cancer!!! So what is going to happen with your situation? ... (9 replies)
... This is really a trip for me. ... (8 replies)
... LGSIL is just the term for mild dysplasia. ... (5 replies)
... desperately seeking any info she could give me about what to expect during my next visit. All she can tell me is that my onc will perform a biopsy...that's obvious to me, but this dr. ... (4 replies)
... and not worth wasting the doctors time over, but I'm starting to think maybe I should mention it just in case I can't make myself pee after this leep procedure. What do you think? ... (3 replies)
... Sorry to doge your questions on everything but what is a ECC? ... (21 replies)
... thinking of you bluesky, and waiting to hear your "all clear" results. I also would like to know how fast these things progress. It is freaking me out that my abnormal glandular cells were first detected by pap 4 months ago and I still have 3 weeks to go until my hysterectomy. ... (6 replies)


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