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Unread 06-16-2003, 12:55 PM
Pathology report says CIN II & CIN III

I had cryotherapy in February in hopes of getting rid of some CIN II cells. After going in for my follow up visit, the doctor informed me that the cells were not gone and in fact had gotten worse and spread further across my cervix. I got the results of my latest biopsies today and they show CIN II & CIN III cells. I haven't talked to the doctor yet because I am transferring my records to another clinic. I didn't feel as if my situation was being taken very seriously with my first doctor. Anyway, I've had these cells pop up every so often since I was 18. I am now 32. I have an appointment in 2 days with my new doctor and feel he will tell me that a hysterectomy is my best bet. I've also got a history of malignant melanoma so I don't want to take any chances. I already have my children so that won't play a deciding factor. I would just like to hear from anyone else who has had these cells. Mainly the CIN III because that is such a high grade and it scares me. Thanks in advance for all of your thoughts.
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Unread 06-16-2003, 03:52 PM
Pathology report says CIN II & CIN III

Hi, there, Meg! I totally understand your concerns!

I was dx'd with CIN I after my PAP in Feb. I had a bx done after that which showed CIN II. My doc then did a LEEP and found CIN III and adenocarcinoma in situ. I am about a week away from my hyst.

I think that mine was recommended mainly because of the ACIS and not the CIN III. I have done quite a bit of internet research to determine if I am taking the right path, I have searched for both CIN III and ACIS. Any result that I have found was that a hyst for CIN III was not generally recommended, but a cone biopsy, LEEP procedure, or the like. My mother, however, went through several different options and the cells remained (she was dx'd with CIN I). She had her hyst two years ago, to help with that and fibroids. (Not to scare you, just giving some examples that I know of).

The fact that your cells came back (or never totally were taken out, either way) may lead you to want a more permanent treatment option, that is understandable. I wish you the best of luck in what you choose. Just remember, this was caught early, and is very treatable, regardless of method. We are both lucky in that respect!

Please let us know what your new doc has to say, and the path you decide to take. I will be thinking about you!!
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Unread 06-16-2003, 04:29 PM
Pathology report says CIN II & CIN III

Hi Meg,

I had two bouts with CIN3. Back in '89 I had a Cone Biopsy and had normal paps for 10 years. The second time I had another Cone but the pap done 3 months later again was abnormal. It was at that point that my dr suggested a hyst.

Good luck with your upcoming appointment. Come back and let us know how it went.

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