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just looking for anyone with any similar stories to tell.
after 7 years or so of intermittent bleeding / spotting / post coiltal bleeding my go referred me to gynae.
he said he could see my issue straight away and basically said a collection of cells too near the surface causing easy bleeding
he had a go at using silver nitrate but said he could tell it wasn’t working so would refer me on for a colposcopy. Due to holidays etc I waited a little while for the appt (but figured after 7/8 years a few weeks made no Difference) letter of refer mentioned cold coagulation
AT colposcopy saw a diff dr who saidhe wasn’t willing to do cold colposcopy as he could see something and would take a biopsy.
biopsy results came back showing high grade cgin and said my case would be referred to MDT meeting on the 4th June and I would be advised of the next step . Letter also enclosed an appt for 18th June. I rang the clinic as I heard nothing , only to be told they’d decided to not discuss my case until after I’d had a Lletz on the 18th.
The nurse I spoke to said that I’d probably be discussed in julys meeting but my Lletz leaflet says results take 6/8 weeks so working on that theory I’d not be discussed till August!
my results said no invasive malignancy found?
has anyone had a cgin result and then be told later it’s cancer ?? Would the original biopsy have picked up on anything more than cGIN?
I’ve had regular smears since I was first called (3 yearly) last one 2 years ago (never heard so I assumed clear!)