I guess you could said I did, but there were a lot of steps I had to go through before getting the hyst.
I was diagnosed with high risk HPV in Dec/Jan of this year. My pap was clear as usual; I've never had a bad one. From there I had to have a colposcopy. The gyn didn't have to do a biopsy of the exocervix because there wasn't anything to biopsy. Just to check, she did an ECC (endocervical curettage). That's where she found the adenocarcinoma in situ. Then I had a cone bipsy. That found the adenocarcinoma Ia1. I scheduled my hyst. The day before the hyst the doctor did a second cone bipsy to determine what kind of hyst she would do (depending on the invasivness of the cancer). Then I had the hyst.
I don't insurance companies will pay for hysts without there being a medically necessary reason. For that reason, the doctors run the test they run like the colpo, biopsies, ECC, cones/LEEPs.