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Unread 10-17-2003, 01:38 AM
New here, need advice? CIN 11

Hi! I'm new here, and was hoping I could get some advice..
I had my yearly pap done a few weeks ago, and the results came back as CIN1, since I was a bit freaked out by this, my gyn. agreed to do a colposcopy and Lletz procedure, which I had done 2 weeks ago. The surgery went well, hardly any pain afterwards, feeling fine etc., but the doc. phoned on Friday to say that the results came back to show it was actually CIN11, he was pretty confident that he got it all out though. I'm due for my 5 week post-op on Nov. 6th. I know that a cone-procedure usually is all that is needed as a cure, but I just feel so freaked out by this that I really would prefer him to do a hysterectomy. I started my periods when I was 9 and I've been having problems since day one with severe pain, long, heavy bleeding that sometimes lasts for weeks, sometimes I can have more than one period a month with only a few days break inbetween. I had my first son at 22. Two years later I had an ectopic pregnancy which resulted in emergency surgery. ( my tube was saved by some miracle!) 2 years after that I had a diagnostic laparoscopy done for unexplained chronic pain and heavy bleeding which confirmed that I had endometriosis. Another miracle came 3 months after when I discovered I was pregnant with our second son, now almost 3 years. With his birth (cesaer due to pelvic disproportion diagnosed before our first childs birth) The gynea. said that it would be dangerous for me to have any more babies since I have so much scar tissue, and the wall of my uterus was so thinned out that the risk of rupture was pretty high. Now I've been diagnosed with cervical dysplasia! To me this is the last straw! I'm tired of all these hassles, I won't have any more kids, and I want the 'baby carriage' out!
Am I being hysterical? Do you think I'm being too drastic? Will a gyne. do a hys. on your own insistance?
any help would be great
Sonja
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Unread 10-17-2003, 07:32 AM
Sonja

Based on your history I do not think that your gyno would reject the notion of you wanting a hysterectomy. I had a cone biopsy done in Jan 2002 for CIS and have been having ASCUS cannot exclude HGSIL pap smears since. I have an appointment with my gyno next week to discuss my options which are either to re-cone or do a hysterectomy. Since I have no other problems other than my dysplasia I am considering a more conservative approach other than a hysterectomy. If your gyno refuses to perform one, I would seek out another one for a second opinion. I am sure there are others on this board which can help you as they have been thru this. Good luck!!

Annette
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