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Date scheduled ... feeling relieved? Date scheduled ... feeling relieved?

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Unread 09-25-2003, 02:54 PM
Date scheduled ... feeling relieved?

Well, it's official: TAVH scheduled for Oct 22nd. It's been 3 months since I found out that I had severe dysplasia. One pap, two unsuccessful colposcopies, one cone biopsy and my doc told me this morning that the dysplasia (CIN III) is deep within the cervix. She said we could re-cone in another 4 weeks, but that she doubted another cone would get it all since there seems to be no end in sight. Plus there would be future problems with paps/colpos/cones and I'd likely end up where I started.

Official CIN III diagnosis today and surgery scheduled for next month. Not sure why I feel relieved, but I mostly do. Maybe it's because I know I don't have to continue for months of waiting for test results and wondering and worrying if it's growing or getting worse.

Thanks to everyone here for being so forthcoming with all of the information about their cancer fears/issues as well as the hysterectomy issues. It's been an unbelievable source of information and comfort during a time when "no one else" seems to be able to understand.
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Unread 09-25-2003, 03:25 PM
Date scheduled ... feeling relieved?

Hi Janet,

I remember feeling like you when I finally got the news that surgery was probably the best course. Although I didn't look forward to surgery or the recovery time, I knew I wouldn't be getting those "come on in" calls when a test came back abnormal.

I'm glad you feel comfortable with your decision.

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