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I had my first abnormal screening two years ago (summer 2018), where my screening then a colposcopy confirmed CIN1 (although apparently the first screening looked more serious, the biopsy didn't confirm it).
I've since been back every six months for two years, and nothing has changed - still CIN1. In many ways I feel incredibly lucky that it hasn't progressed, but I'm still a bit confused. The nurses still seem to be relying on the idea that my body could heal it by itself, but it's not. I wish it would, as I've never smoked and always thought I had a pretty decent immune system, plus I'm only 30.
I have a feeling they'd rather watch and see what happens since I haven't yet had kids (and would quite like them), and would rather not pursue treatment until anything more serious shows itself.
Is anyone else in the same position? Has anyone else had low grade CIN for (what feels like) a long time?
Lots of love to all going through this and more challenging things,
July 2018 - Cervical smear (abnormalities)
August 2018 - Colposcopy (CIN1)
January 2019 - Colposcopy (CIN1)
July 2019 - Colposcopy (CIN1)
January 2020 - Colposcopy (CIN1)
August 2020 - Colposcopy (CIN1)