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So yesterday finally was my Colposcopy appointment (NHS).
I went in and the Dr explained to me that because my smear only showed low grade dyskariosis, that i had absolutely nothing to worry about.
I explained to her that i have been having some constant abdominal pain, and before i could finish the sentence she put her hand up to cut me off and said 'no no, that's not related at all to this.'
I told her that i beg to differ as i never have pain and it's sharp pains around the cervix area, she again dismissed it as 'not relevent' and that i should have to go through my GP to investigate it.
I told her my GP had told me to bring it up here at this appointment. She just shook her head and told me 'Smear says low grade. Nothing to worry about'.
So i have the colposcopy procedure, and she says she see's a spot by the 'center'(?) of the cervix and she was going to take a biopsy of it.
Once completed, she leaves me with the nurses so i don't get to ask her any questions.
I quiz the nurses as to if it looks worse or bad on the screen? The nurse told me just that one spot she biopsied and it didn't look too bad. Whatever that means.
Now i have to wait 6 weeks for the results to see if i need any treatment. I'm betting i will need a Lletts treatment.
Now i'm back home, i haven't had any bleeding at all. Just a bit of yellow from the dye and paste they used.
But the biggest thing i've noticed is since she took that biopsy, I DO NOT HAVE THAT SHARP PAIN ANYMORE!!!
I mean, now i know it must be related. Is this possibly a sign of CGIN and not CIN?
Does anyone else have a similar experience this? or any advice?
March 2019 - low grade dyskaryosis.
April 2019 - colposcopy and punch biopsy.
May 2019- Results show HPV changes only. No CIN - follow up smear in 3 years.