Hi all! So I'm 22 year old and when I was 18 I had my first abnormal pap, I had a follow up with the colposcopy and biopsy and it came back clear. My next pap wasn't for almost 3 years just due to insurance issues and being negligent basically (I know I know, stupid). Anyways, that was in Sept. of last year and it also came back normal but due to not having insurance I couldn't have another colpo. The results were CIN I, and LSIL, my pap smear I had about a week ago came back abnormal again with ASC-H. I have a colposcopy on Thursday morning and I'm pretty terrified because clearly it didn't heal itself and it's progressively gotten worse. I'm just wondering if anyone else has had the diagnosis with ASC-H and what their outcome was??? Help!View Thread
Hi, First of all, thank you so much for taking the time to reply. I read over the websites you attached, but I still wasn't able to see where it said that ASC(-H or -US) is more mild than (CIN-1). I guess I'm just trying to figure out how bad it is and how much it has progressed since my last pap one year ago.View Thread
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