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Yesterday I went to the hospital to have my long awaited Colposcopy. I had a very long overdue smear test in January which came back showing abmormal cells, which scared me enough. I was due to have my follow up appointment at Hosptial in March but it was called off due to the Coronavirus. Since then I have tried to put it to the back of my mind, until yesterday.
They took a biopsy and samples, which was quite painful and led to much bleeding and chemical stitches. They even let me look at the screen during, which now in hindsight was a bad idea. I could see it wasn't all 'hunky-dorey' down there and of course, last night after not being able to sleep, stupidly Googled 'healthy cervix vs cervical cander'.
Having seen my own on the screen, I am absolutely terrified at the results and can't bear this 4 week waiting game. The nurses and specialist didn't really give any idication of any results, but just told me 'not to worry'.
10 years ago I went through a lot of hospital visits, scans which resulted in me having a tumour removed from my spine, luckily this wasn't cancerous. But the thought of having to go through something like that scares the life out of me.
If anyone can offer any advice it would be so appreciated. I can't think about anything else and I'm concerned how this will turn out in the longterm.