Re: Discharge on Cervix? A problem?
(mumbling profanity under my beath because my post didn't post) Let me try again.
I am not sure about your discharge, but I highly recommend you talk with your doctor about doing an ECC (endocervical curettage) the next time he/she does a colposcopy. I think if the cervix as a frosted/glazed donut. The colposcopy looks at the frosting. The ECC scrapes the (very tiny) donut hole for atypical cells.
I suggest all of this because you've had irregular paps and colposcopies and the results don't sound consistent. Perhaps you are young enough that your body is fighting the virus (HPV - if that is what is causing the atypical cells - very high chance it is).
I am 44 and was diagnosed with high risk HPV in January. I've always had good paps. My doctor sent me to a gynecologist for a colposcopy and possible biopsy, with a possible ECC. The colposcopy looked great, she didn't need to take any biopsies. Because of my age and positive hrHPV, she did the ECC. It came back adenocarcinoma in situ (highst stage of precancer). Two weeks later, I had a cone biopsy which came back endocervical adenocarcinoma Ia1 (very low stage cervical cancer). My ONLY treatment will be a hysterectomy (uterus and cervix only). I will not need lymph nodes removed, I will not need chemo or radiation. I feel blessed that my regular doctor did the HPV test and that the gyn did the ECC. My oncologist said in one year I'd be symptomatic from the cancer (break through bleeding between periods, bleeding after intercourse, etc) and she said I'd probably chalk it up to menopause - but it would be the cancer. Like I said, I'm luck it was found so early. I have NO symptoms.
I say all of this just to let you understand why I consider the ECC to be so important. I don't know what your history, age, etc are. I just suggest you talk with your doctor about the ECC.
Please know you are not in this alone. And ask whatever questions you might have. We'll try our best to answer them!