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The title says it all. Here is my story:
I had CIN2-3 in 2015 removed with LLETZ.
After this LLETZ I had clear smears, negative HPV, clear colpo's, punch biopsies, and ECC's.
Then summer 2017 = pap war borderline atypical glandular cells - AGC. HPV negative, ECC negative, punch biopsies negative, and normal colposcopy at this time. I then had a NETZ and D&C to make sure all was OK - and it was OK, no dysplasia.
After this I had clear ECC's, clear punch biopsies, HPV-negative, clear colposcopies.
In may 2019, I had 1 episode of odd bleeding, and had again clear punch biopsies, clear ECC and clear colposcopy. I was offered a surgery however, mostly for my peace of mind, where the transformation zone and all the way up the endocervix was resected. This material was benign.
Now december 2019 I had a HPV negative test again - but with the result of "?glandular neoplasia endocervical type"
I am at a loss for words, because I had convinces myself everything was good after the surgery this summer, where all material was benign.
My gynecologist wants the slides to be reviewed again by a senior pathologist on monday, as he believes they may interpret the cells from the uterus as abnormal endocervical cells. My cervix is quite short now, and scarred, and I was on my period. All this things might make the slides tricky. He thinks, with the benign biopsies from the surgery only 5 months ago, that it is very unlikely to be anything amiss.
If the senior pathologist on monday is even a little unsure of the slides, I will have surgery tuesday evening - another NETZ and D&C I think.
I am in tears and don't know how to cope this weekend.
I may get surgery on tuesday which sucks - 4th surgery for me. If they deem surgery unnecessary then what? I am so tired of the anxiety hovering over me. I am exploring getting a trachelectomy.
Let me know your wise thoughts please.
Thanks in advance.