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Pre-cancer cells? Pre-cancer cells?

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Unread 12-22-2005, 05:40 AM
Pre-cancer cells?


As I mentioned on my other post, my doc. told me that the pathology report said that my uterus was full of pre-cancer cells 'ready to turn'. He said the medical term, but of course I forgot. I also had internal bleeding. Now, can anyone help me understand this? What was the term? What does it mean? Could those pre-cancer cells spread before surgery?


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Unread 12-22-2005, 06:04 AM
Pre-cancer cells?

leasa,thats exactly why i had my hysterectomy done.abnormal paps,had 2 cone's done and a colposcopy because of precancerous cells.according to my dr if those cells were in-situ,those cells are confined to that area and has not spread.from everything that my dr told me and everything that i have read it takes several years for those cells to turn cancerous.but please if you are concerned call your dr.he can ease your mind of luck to you,get lots of rest and pamper have been through a lot....
Unread 12-22-2005, 08:16 AM
Pre-cancer cells?

i too had the pre-cancerous cells in uterus. i'm 3rd generation with the battle of ovarian cancer. my mother and grandmother died, but my doc says he is fully confidant that we got it all. with it being pre-cancerous it means we are all lucky we didn't wait any longer, we are the survivors! that is so much to celebrate this christmas. i thank God everyday.
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Unread 12-22-2005, 08:56 AM

Yeah, I also had a grandma that died when she turned 50 from uteran cancer. Back then, they just kept telling her 'It's just change of life Mary'. Back then they had to pay to go to the doctors so she just left it there. Very quickly however, she died. That would have been 46 years ago.

On further thinking, I have a pretty good doc. and if there was a chance that it was spreading...he'd be on it.

But hearing the word 'cancer' just gives me the heebie jeebies!

It's a good thing I didn't put this surgery off again! I probably wouldn't be here for next Christmas. Then again with the internal bleeding I probably would have ended up on the table anyway.

Guess you never know what's around that corner, eh?

Unread 12-22-2005, 10:44 AM
Pre-cancer cells?

leasa, to hear the word cancer and freak even with pre- before the word. i'm 32 they found problems and i wanted it out the next day. i had to wait 2 weeks, that was the hardest mom died at 39 and i never got to meet my grandma. i truly hope God has spared me and i've got this early enough i hold great faith in the PRE-word! tommorow i go for my 2 week checkup and i'm going to push for tests just to be sure i've survived this curse. good luck to you and God bless.

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