PAP result CIN III 1995,,then cone biopsy......PAP results since all inconclusive,,,,yet GP and Gyne Dr insist on annual smears,,,,,? why. I do know that epithelium cells need to be present ,,,appariently not with me. This has never been explained to me for my understanding.....am now 63yrs and feel somewhat in the dark. Only other surgery was LUCS 1979,,,,,,thx
Time to see another doctor CinIII is what I had and had a hysterectomy within a month and a half........I am 59 - and never felt better getting all that out of me. Are they not getting rid of all that due to age? and have told you so? Is it more dangerous - I can't imagine you are only 4 years more than me and I would have it in a minute unless you have complications. My doctor couldn't do it quick enough.
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