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I am newly diagnosed and just a 'little' scared. Had yearly paps...all normal. I am in the States so yearlys are covered under insurance. However, I skipped almost 2 years just due to being busy with the kids and two jobs...and just forgetting to schedule. I went in about 18 months ago and had my first slightly irregular smear along with a diagnosis of high risk HPV. They did a colposcopy and everything came back normal so they scheduled me to come back in 6 months. I went to that smear and again slightly abnormal but they said nothing to worry about and to come back again in 6 months. The last time I went in I had ASC-H with abnormal glandular cells. They did a colposcopy and that came back CIN II/III but glandular cells were normal. I was then scheduled for a Cone biopsy which I had performed last Tuesday. I received results today that they found Carcinoma in SITU as well as high grade dysplasia of both squamous and glandular cells. The doctor just referred me to an oncologist and told me that I would need a full hysterectomy and my ovaries removed.
I have an appointment with the oncologist next Tuesday. I am just so nervous. Has anyone had this done and still maintained the diagnosis of Carcinoma in situ? I am so scared they are going to find more cancer.
I have also been dealing with rectal bleeding for the past few years. I had a colonoscopy and endocscopy done about a year ago and they just diagnosed me as having polyps and hemmheroids and fissures (sp?). I am so worried that this is also something more as well.
I am sorry to everyone that has gone through this. Trying to be faithful to God's plan in all of this.
4-17-19 - First abnormal Pap ASC-US
HPV mRNA e6/e7
5-22-19 Colopscopy - Normal
3-4-20 Abnormal Pap - ASC-US
9-11-20 Abnormal Pap - ASC-H with Abnormal Glandular Cells
9-25-20 Colposcopy - CIN II / CIN III
10-20-20 Cone Biopsy - Adenocarcinoma and Squamous Cell carcinoma SITU