I was diganoised with LSIL about two years about and stupidly I left it untreated. I'm 23 years old now. Its now May 25th and I have not got my period since April 12th which is very rare for me because I get it every 28 days. Around May 1st I had brown spotting, extreme fatigue, and constapation. I went to my OBGYN they did a blood test and pap smear. The blood test came back negative for pregnancy. But the pap smear came back and my doctor said it was more severe and that i needed to come back in for another biopsy. Im worried about what I might have. If anyone has any advice or what I might have I would appreciate any advice. I do have a follow up appointment on Thursday. I was kinda wondering if it might be cancer.View Thread
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