I think I should begin this by saying that my information is all in reference to treatment received from Planned Parenthood. I received abnormal pap results a couple of weeks ago and the nurses really didn't say anything. So I turned to the internet and made a list of questions to ask, I called back and received some answers. I finally got them to tell me that they were traces of LSIL changes. They wont really tell me much more except that I needed to schedule a colposcopy. So I schedule one, went in to have it done, and got told I would have to come back because I have a slight vaginal infection. I started crying because Im scared and frustrated. The lady told me not to worry, that they werent cancerous just HPV more than likely. I asked her what they would do, and she said plan on having the cells frozen off. So, that really scared me, so I turned back to the internet as my source of information since they werent much help. Many articles say that CIN 1 is normally left untreated and the normal methods are to do a follow up pap smear in 6 months to check it out again. Is it a little feisty of her to jump to freezing, or is that normal? Also, I am think again switching to a normal gyno, do you think thats a good idea and to just stick with that? Also, if I have an infection, and lets say I had it at my pap smear, could that have caused the CIN 1 to appear?
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