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cin 3 / grade 3 cervical cancer
Hi im 26 years old my partner and i are trying for a baby but recently found out i have grade 3 / cin 3 changes after my 4th abnormal papsmear. I am quite scaredaout the whole ordeal and am booked in for a procedure known as len or lletz procedure. Just wondering how common this is at my age and can i go on to lead a happy life with pain free worryfree pregnancies? My biggest fear after all this has happened is conceiving and carrying a healthy baby to full term. Please help.
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HI,
Because of the grade 3 CIN changes in the cervix, the LLETZ procedure becomes necessary. This can successfully remove the CIN changes. After which you can have a successful pregnancy after proper treatment. Consult your Doctor.
Hope this helps.
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What im scared about now is if once they do the lletz procedure and after it has been tested there is a chance it may come back worse than cin 3 changes as it has been left untreated for four yrs now. And if that happens and im actually in the barrier of cervical cancer.... Will i be able to have children??
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I have had cin 3 for the past 6 years i have had x3 biopsies and at least 5 letz procedures i have 2 children already and am currently 36 weeks pregnant and have no doubt i will go 2 term. You will be fine :)im 27 btw
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aya im 30 i had cin 3 4 a while i had a letz 4 months ago ive been ok up2 now but this month ive had 2 periods even tho im on the pill and takein it proper. im avin another colposcopy in jan do u think i should go bk 2 my docs or wait till then ive been getin back ake 2 n it hurts wen i av intocourse im not 2 sure wat i should do.
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