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Old 12-09-2012, 01:49 PM   #2
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Re: Hpv with high dysplasia

You seem to have caught this very early, so as long as you get this treated odds are very low it will progress. Cervical cancer is usually slow growing. I went through this almost 10 years ago and had to have a cold knife cone because I had carcinoma in situ. I had never had a dirty pap in my life and went 3 years without one, this of course was the time it came back abnormal with high risk hpv. Thankfully, I have had clear paps since.