timely_matter (timely_matter) wrote in vaginapagina,
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Update

I got my colposcopy done about an hour ago. They checked for abnormal cells, and said about 3/4 of my cervix was covered in severe dysplasia. They took 2 biopsy samples with a punch (ouch!) and said I will get a call in about a week with more information about removing all the dysplasia. Now I'm just laying in bed, with a heating pad on my pelvis, trying to sort through everything I just heard. Since I have high risk HPV, does this mean abnormal cells can just keep coming back? And if they remove them, does that mean there's no chance of cancer as long as I continue with pap smears more often? I guess I'm just confused as to what this means for me...

Any insight from people with HPV that have had abnormal pap smears would be great! Thanks so much.

Stacey
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