So biopsy results from my colposcopy came through and dont know what to think. Not at stage CIN2 as I hoped for because it's less of a procedure but CIN3 it has came back as. I dont want to go googling as this will set my anxiety off and will send me in to a panic. Letter does say there is nothing to suggest the c word so what does that mean. Does it mean all tests have been done and they have just found CIN3 and nothing to worry about but do need treatment to remove cells before it gets worse. So all tests have been done and now it's treatment stage?
CIN3 of the cervix. Is this really bad. Min... - Women's Health
I've not had this myself, but know others who have, so I might be shaky on the timeframes:
CIN3 has the potential to develop to cancer, but at the moment it's very easily treatable. I don't think you get any more tests, after CIN3 is identified, you'll just get treatment. It's quite a simple treatment, just needs 1 day & I think a follow up a week later. I think a few months after that, you get another checkup before being confirmed all clear.
I think you will be given more frequent cervical smear tests for a few years just because you're considered at higher risk now.
May you feel better and relax and breath and enjoy activities and shows that make you smile. Or music therapy and meditation if you do that. I hope your surrounded by a feeling of love and think of all the times you were loved the most.
You do not need to worry with CIN 3. The treatment is straight forward. You have not got cancer because if you had they could tell from the biopsy.
As you know I had the same and found the treatment really straight forward and I had no more problems afterwards.
Even without treatment there is still only a 12 percent chance it would have become cancer in 10 to 20 years.
Try to do things that occupy your mind and distract you from worrying.
Also eating regularly, excercising and not getting over tired will help.
Try to enjoy Christmas and forget it completely.
Very best wishes
Yes I understand you will probably worry about it all over Christmas. It will also stop any plans for New Year. But it will all soon be over and you will be able to put it behind you.
I had cryosurgery on mine which is freezing as I said. After that I have been clear for the rest of my life and no longer need smear tests at all as I am over 60. I did have smears every year for a long time though which was my choice, not the gp practice who kept telling me I did not need them so often after the first few years but I wanted to be safe rather than sorry.
I think in a way as yours involves removing the area completely you have even less to worry about than I had in the future. I was told there would be no chance of me getting cancer as long as I had regular smears. It did make me worry each year while awaiting results however and I think annual smears was over the top. You just need to have them as often as they recommend afterwards.
Very good luck with your procedure.
Hope you are able to relax a little over Christmas. You have had your results of your biopsy and know it is not cancer. It is a minor condition which just needs some treatment which you are having very soon.
Very best wishes.
I’ve had treatment for this many years ago and all has been clear since so although it sounds scary please don’t panic - consultant told me that sometimes CIN3 can turn to cancer if not treated but in most cases it does not. So get your treatment and get rid of the worry and please let us know how you get on. Best wishes for a happy and healthy 2020 xx
Hi all, newbie here. I would be interested to know your ages when CIN high grade was found? I was found to have this post menopause and it was suggested I had a full hysterectomy which I did, so that solved that problem. My 25 yr old daughter was found to have CIN and GCIN after her first smear test. She under went the loop excision and was checked every year for 5 years and thankfully all clear now. I am beginning to think my hysterectomy could have been avoided but I guess being older and in no need of my bits including cervix I must add it,was maybe the best route?