Sorry i forget about these notes sometimes! I am doing well, except I got a bad result from a recent pap and they found high level of the cells that cause cervical cancer. I am TTC and have been for the last 10 months and now they want to do a biopsy on me next week. I don't know if I can let them do it without knowing if I am pregnant or not, although I was assured that they do these biopsies on preggo women all the time! What a predicament! How are you doing with your TTC?
I'd like to say that I'm good, but it is freaking me out. I got a scare today and they have to do a biopsy on my on the 23rd. I won't even O until the next couple of days.... My r n p freaked me out and I am high on the level for cells that cause cervical cancer.... I've decided to keep up with the positive attitude and the hubby and i are gonna keep trying. I can put the biopsy off if my doctor thinks that i am indeed pregnant, but that is a few weeks away still. Keep your fingers crossed for me. Sprinkle *********
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