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I had 3 abnormal pap smear. The first two my GYN said it was infection related ie yeast & BV. The last one had abnormal cells so I had a coloscopy done with biopsy of two area and scrappings up the cervix. It came up moderate dysplasa with abnormal cells mirgrated up the cervix in which the next course of treatment was a cone biopsy (LEEP). I'm waiting for results when I go to my next appointment. My ? is what should I expect when my husband and I resume sex. Are orgasams going to hurt.
If you have already had the procedureImay not be of help but if not I may.
Two years ago i was diagnosed with dysplasa and decided to go straight forthe surgery .
I had a littlepaininmy stomach when having sex but nothing you cant handle , lighten up and it's o.k
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