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Hi all, I suppose I'm writing to get some insight from others on how they were treated following an irregular pap.
so my pap history is fairly short as I'm only 27
- first pap in 2015 showed abnormal cells, a secondary test with the gyno came back negative with no follow up required.
- i then had severe abnormal bleeding feb 2017, heavy bleeding for approx 4 weeks to which my doctor prescribed tranexamic acid to stop the bleeding and told me to take 2-3 contraceptive pills a day to also assist.
- pap in November 2017 diagnosis: high grade intrapithial glandular lesion, adeanocarcinoma in situ.
I'm really unhappy with my doctor, she is very disengaged and did not explain the diagnosis at all, just referred me to a gyno! So I have the gyno this afternoon and I really don't know what to expect, will they be testing, consulting, surgery?
Ive read adenocarcinoma in situ is very hard to detect with a pap, does this mean it's severe? High grade concerns me... and glandular!? I've read this means it can spread?
Im sure the gyno will explain more, but I think hearing other regular people's opinions will help me stop stressing out.
Any my info is greatly appreciated!