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Having Hesterectomy 6/3/02 Atypical/Borderline Cells Having Hesterectomy 6/3/02 Atypical/Borderline Cells

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Unread 05-19-2002, 01:24 PM
Having Hesterectomy 6/3/02 Atypical/Borderline Cells

Hi My Name is Laurie,

I am new here, (I should say have been reading alot here) it is a great information place & you are all so supportive. I will not try to be to wordy.
Last November I started getting heavy, clotty periods. In Jan saw Gyn. said to keep my eye on it and to let him know. Three wks later I called him said I have been bleeding heavy the whole time had an ultrasound, he said saw fribrods and polpys. (hope I spelled it right) Suggested I have a procedure called Hesterscopy/D&C I did on 5/7/02 everything went fine. He then proceeded to call me to let me know they had removed the polyps and found some atypical cells on 1 polyp on the top of it and sugessted I have a hysterectomy.(he sent it to 3 different pathologist and himself)Which is fine with me my husband and I are finished having children(have 2 wonderful boys)husband has also had a vesectomy last November. We are getting together with Dr. this week. Was just wondering is this a form of cancer or if anyone else has been told the same thing.

Thanks for any info!
Laurie
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Unread 05-19-2002, 03:52 PM
Having Hesterectomy 6/3/02 Atypical/Borderline Cells

Laurie,

Welcome to this wonderful site. I'm sorry I can't help you with your cancer question but try the Cancer Support Forum. I read over there often and must say that there are some really great ladies with alot of cancer knowledge. Best of luck and again...welcome.

Maralyn
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Unread 05-19-2002, 03:59 PM
Having Hesterectomy 6/3/02 Atypical/Borderline Cells

Me again Lauri,

guess i could make that a little more clear. on your message board page, under Special Messages is a Cancer Concerns section. For sure, those ladies can help.
Best regards,
Maralyn
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Unread 05-19-2002, 07:42 PM
Having Hesterectomy 6/3/02 Atypical/Borderline Cells

hi laurie, i am not for sure but my pathology report had the simular words and i looked them up what i found is they were changing--they do not like to see change and mine had gone and changed as far as pre-cancerous- not dangerous-- time to do some thing for me--drs. like to be safe for all people. good luck. janice72
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Unread 05-19-2002, 08:16 PM
Having Hesterectomy 6/3/02 Atypical/Borderline Cells

HI Laurie,

Usually when a path report says "atypical" but doesn't mention cancer it just means that the cells are not normal but they are not clearly identifible as cancer although as the other sisters have mentioned, they are a concern because they could signal other changes including cancer inthe future. If you and your DH are done with child-bearing the hyst sounds like a good move. I'd recommend you visit the Cancer Concerns board though, just to see what the ladies over there have to say.

Good luck to you!

Julie
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