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Hysterectomy for AIS diagnosis and so scared

Hi everyone. Recently I was diagnosed with endocervical adenocarcinoma in situ (AIS). I had a leep procedure and that's how it was discovered. I'm now scheduled to have a laparoscopic hysterectomy. I get to keep my ovaries. I'm 31, no children and I don't want any so that's not a problem for me. But I'm still struggling.

I'm scared to have the hysterectomy because the recovery process seems so long and painful and one of my biggest fears is pain. Any and all positive stories and tips will be greatly appreciated.
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