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  #11  
Unread 07-28-2004, 09:11 AM
great advice!

Hi again! Jeanine has given you great advice.... Since you've seen two gyn/onc's and they seem to agree that a hysterectomy is unnecessary then keep your follow-up appointments and try to put it behind you. Wishing you good health!
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Unread 07-28-2004, 08:04 PM
how quickly to develop from In Situ to Invasive?

My Gyn suggested a TAH since adenocarcinoma is so unpredictable. She also said it isn't always detected on a Pap, so it can just "pop-up". I had the TAH and it was fine. Doctors seem to all have different opinions.
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Unread 07-29-2004, 10:03 AM
how quickly to develop from In Situ to Invasive?

I guess you are done with children. Right? Oh.... How are you feeling? Get well soon
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Originally posted by nickjack
My Gyn suggested a TAH since adenocarcinoma is so unpredictable. She also said it isn't always detected on a Pap, so it can just "pop-up". I had the TAH and it was fine. Doctors seem to all have different opinions.
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Unread 07-29-2004, 02:47 PM
how quickly to develop from In Situ to Invasive?

Hi all,

I am done having children, so the TVA wasn't really a question or problem for me. The oncologist we consulted with said it is a better way to improve the odds of getting everything, particularly since the margins aren't clear. As I understand it, it is the adenocarcinoma that is out to the margins for me, not the squamous cell carcinoma. So, as I've heard it is unpredictable and not as common, it was easy to agree to the hysterectomy. That said, if I were still interested in having children, I would have looked at other options as well. I have a friend who had stage 1 cervical cancer that was found when she was pregnant. They treated it in a manner that was safe for the baby, and she has gone on to have no problems. As always, seek the best medical advice possible and make decisions that are best for you!

Sherlyn
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