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Unread 08-08-2001, 10:28 PM
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Hi my name is jamie I am 26 and I am having a hyst on friday the 10 for endo. but I was supposed to have it on the 25 th of july but my pap came back dysplisa class 3 so then my dr. did a bisopy and it showed 2 places at 6 o clock of I geuss it is pre- cancerous. he just said it wasn't invasive but would be if not treated. ok so now he syas the hyst will take care of it. what is the likly hood of it not.. can it still be there or come back I know it can from talking to some ladies but what r the chances what is you'll's experiance with this ???? any help would be much app.
Thanks and God bless.
Jamie
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Unread 08-09-2001, 12:48 AM
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Hi Jamie, I am so glad that you decided to join us. I spoke to you in the chat room. Pre cancerous cells are so treatable. Is it CIN3 /severe dysplasia? What has happened to me is so very rare, it was really just bad luck. But , even so, I am fine now

Just remember to have your regular checkups after your hyster.

The best thing for you to do is keep a positive attitude , it helps so much. By coming here to cancer concerns you will find lots of support from girls who know just what you are going through.

I will keep you close to my heart and in my prayers on Friday. Please dont forget to let us know how you go. Much love always x x x
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Unread 08-09-2001, 04:17 AM
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Hi, Jamie!

The hysterectomy takes care of this problem in the vast majority of women. It's rare to have a recurrence. As Robyn said, keep a good attitude and make sure you keep following up routinely with your doctor. Any abnormalities found early can be taken care of so much more easily.

Good luck with your surgery on Friday! You'll be in my prayers.

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Unread 08-09-2001, 10:42 AM
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I have the sev dysp/cin3. have had colp and ckc biopsy. My dr has,nt mentioned hyster yet-but I am really leaning towards that. From everything I have read on here it seems the safest bet.
Every one is right-keep a positive thought process going. Don't allow any negativity in your "space". I have just said a prayer for you and I hope you will keep us posted on your progress.
Marcya
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Unread 08-09-2001, 10:57 AM
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The hyst took care of things for me! Keep thinking positively!! IF and I stress the word IF....If things are not taken care of, then we all do what we need to do in order to get better. We take what we are given and make the best out of it. No matter what, you are and will not ever be alone! You have many sisters here who are behind you 100%
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