Went to my doctor for my yearly pap test it came back normal as it always have. But I told the doctor of my watery discharge I was having a lot of. For years I have also spotted for about five days leading up to my period. So he decided to do a d and c
Hysteroscopy. He also said he was going to do a leep to try and get rid of the watery discharge. well the leep specimen of the cervix come back moderate to focally severe squamous dysplasia cinIII the paper also said the fragmented nature of the specimen hampers evaluation of the margin. My first question is how did my pap test never pick up on that? What now? What should be my next step? He is out of the office I have not talked to him but to his nurse. the margin were not clear so what will he have to do about that?
Thanks for any information you can give me
I have no idea how they missed it on the pap, but it doeshappen I have heard. I have CIN III also and am having a LEEP next month. The margins not being clear means prob they will do another procedure. IDK not there yet myself.
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