I am new here. I tested positive for HPV and had an abnormal pap in November 2016. In early January I had a colposcopy which my doctor say was inconclusive, and referred me to a Gyn Onc. He then did a cone biopsy and D&C after which I was told I have a "small focus of invasive adenocarcinoma in a background of adenocarcinoma in situ". I am scheduled for a hysterectomy in a week and a half. I am very scared, and concerned they are going to find more. My mother died from breast cancer in 1991 and my 45 year old brother is currently fighting stage 4 colon cancer that mestasticized to his liver. I cannot fathom how to tell my father this news, if it goes beyond the cervical cancer.
I had a cone biopsy done about 9 weeks ago. I figured I'd be a little "tighter" after the surgery but this week is my first period that I'm able to use tampons since the surgery. I couldn't believe how much difficulty I had in trying to get a tampon it. And sex! Omg! Not too comfortable. Had anyone else experienced this?
14 months ago i had a normal pap smear. 2 months ago i had a colposcopy that showed i have CIN3. after several errors with documents not being properly sent over i finaly had my first appointment with the oncologist this past monday, june 25th. i asked the dr if it is normal to go from normal to CIN3 in 1 year and she said no. i was told that when she examined my cervix the entire thing was...