Thank you everyone. I am 24 years old and the dysplasia was a cin1 an cin2 last time. I know that I definitely want more babies that's one of the biggest worries with having to get so many of these done I just want it gone! Im sorry for anyone else that has gone through this. I have kept this a secret from everyone except my boyfriend even my mom and sister for some reason I feel ashamed. It is such a relief to be able to talk with ladies that have been through/are going through this to.View Thread
I need some advice. I found out I had precancerous cells caused from HPV in 2011 when I was pregnant with my daughter. I was very scared then but felt better after deciding to get a "LEEP" after I gave birth I did this. Everything was going well after my first checkup came back clear I was so happy it worked! then I went in for my second pap and there were abnormal cells again! I got my second LEEP in January and just found out today I have abnormal cells again. Im very scared and quite sad at this point. Has anyone else had this happen?View Thread
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