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High risk HPV 3 years and moderate cell changes

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High risk HPV 3 years and moderate cell changes

Hello everyone, (Worrying mess here) So my story is I had my colostopy yesterday and was absolutely petrified. The doctor was lovely. She could tell i was so worried so tried to reassure me, its a fairy common procedure. As soon as she put the liquid on my cervix she said she could see a small area of bad cells... Which she removed for a biopsy. She thinks CIN 3 like my smear letter, but im absolutely scared out if my mind. I cant sleep, struggle to eat and keep thinking the biopsy results will be bad news... Im 42 years old with 3 children and struggling mentally with this.. Has aby body else had the same grade CIN 2 And HPV and worried this much? Any positive advise or storys much needed right now. Thankyou xxx


Hello Whiterose3

I think everyone on here has been really scared too when they had to go to colposcopy - the scariest part of this whole process is the fear of the unknown and the uncertainty. Once you get the results of your biopsy you will find a way forward as you will have more facts. In the meantime it is important to find ways to manage your anxiety. Keeping busy, venting on here, calling the helpline and sticking to your usual routines should help the time to pass. I hope this helps. Remember you are not alone!

A x

Abnormal smear hpv & severe high grade dyskaryosis lletz Sept 2019 polyp & nabothian cyst. Results hpv & mild cell changes polyp innocent Repeat colposcopy Dec 2019 test of cure January 2020 no high risk HPV present , colposcopy June because of discrepancy between initial smear & lletz- June 2020 colposcopy  all clear; next smear in 3 yrs August 2020 post menopausal bleed; TV scan; bleed hrt related & found small ovarian cyst said will check in 4 months; Letter from hospital saying no longer needed 4 month check as cyst under 2cm & contact them if I develop pain (if cyst bursts?)


Thanks for your reply. Yes possitive mind is the way forward.... Much love ❤️

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