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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!)
trip to gynae due to irregular bleeding over a number of years ... silver nitrate unsuccessful
april 19 colposcopy booked for cold coagulation gynae disagreed with this treatment and took biopsy
may19. Biopsy results high grade CGIN
june 19 lletz performed .. minimal bleeding after lower back pain after 10 daysAugust 19 unclear margins September referral to mdt .. September 19 hysterectomy recommended November 19 keyhole hysterectomy (ovaries kept)