just_usthree (just_usthree) wrote in vaginapagina,

Nervous about procedure and results.


I'm 22 years old. I was recently diagnosed with HPV. After my colposcopy, it was determined that I have a high risk lesion (I forget the name) but I also have endocervical adenocarcinoma in situ (AIS). I had my pap in August, and I also had a pap last August. My pap last year came back normal, so I believe this has all developed in the last year.

I'm having a cone biopsy on October 15th. I'm not afraid of having the procedure, although normally I would be. I'm actually really concerned with what the results are going to be. My doctor seemed fairly confident that the cone biopsy would resolve the problem, but he also said he can't be sure until the procedure is done.

Since doing some research on the subject, I've gotten myself all crazy over it. My mom is all stressed out and it's making me stressed out. I randomly get weepy over stuff that would normally never bother me. On the surface I know everything's going to be okay, but in the back of my mind I worry that the results aren't going to be what I want them to be.

I'm just wondering if anyone else has had any experience with this kind of situation? Is it normal to be this worried and for my emotions to be so out of whack?

Thank you so much for any help!!
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