Re: Atypical Cells (AGC) after hysterectomy - any ideas
Hmmm, very interesting! Have you asked for copies of your pathology reports? If not, I strongly suggest you do. Who did your hyst? a gyn or a gyn/onc? Did you ever see a gyn/onc?
Has your doctor ever run an HPV/dna test?
HPV can cause cellular damage, not just on the cervix, but also on the vulva and in the vagina. Some strains of HPV attack glandular cells, others attack squamous cells.
I understood that the glandular cells (in the vagina, etc) were in the cervix. If the cervix is removed, then where are those glandular cells coming from? Then again, glandular cells produce mucous. What produces the natural vaginal secretions in the vaginal wall?
Now I'm confused!