Re: CIN 1 Should I be concerned??
CIN 1 on a pap smear should never be called normal. Pap smears are only screening tests, they do not diagnose anything. With this result, a colposcopy should be performed. As a previous poster said, if it is mild dysplasia or HPV and you are under age 30, it may in fact resolve on it's own. However, you should be getting paps every 6-12 months with HPV typing to monitor any change for the worse.
If you are over age 30, they may suggest treating you with cervical cryotherapy or a LEEP (if the dysplasia extends further into the cervix, or if it is a higher grade than the pap showed).