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Old 03-10-2009, 11:54 AM   #1
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What does this mean? The report has m scared

I am a 67 year old female. I had a U.S. and a mass was found on my uterus. Had
D N C

The patholgy reports is as follows.

A. endocervical curettes::

Minuete fragments of endocervical and ectocervical tissue showing chronic cervicitis with squamous and micoglandular hyperplasia. No evidece of dyspesia.

B: Endomeometria cuerettings:

endometral polyp showing simple endometria; hyperplasia without atypia
minute fragments of weakly proliferative endometrium, lower uterine segment and cervcal tissue
showing chronic active cervicitis with squamous metaplasia are also noted

comment:
no evidenceof maliganancy is identified in above currettings. Clinic/pathologic coerrelation and appropriate follows up are recommended for a definitive diagnoses.

My Gyno had left the area and this gyno told me everything was fine and i did not have to scheldule another visit. My G/P seemed very concerned and said I need a Pap done in 6 months.

I do have a bladder prolaspe, could this be the cause of the problem?

My g/p and the comment in the report are scaring me and I am thinking there may be something serious that may be starting.

If you can help I certainly would appreciate your time.

Linda
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Old 03-10-2009, 12:05 PM   #2
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Re: What does this mean? The report has m scared

Hi there --

While I am certainly no doctor, from what I read I don't think there's anything to panic about, although I would definitely say a repeat pap in six months is a good idea. Cervitis is an inflammation of the cervix, and that can happen for several reasons. I don't know a lot about prolapse, but perhaps that is the problem, as the bladder may be irritating the cervix.

The comment "no evidence of malignancy" is what you want to hear! That means there's no sign of cancer. The rest of the comment is basically just saying they don't know why your cervix is aggravated, so perhaps more tests are in order to determine why. However, from what I know of things, there is nothing setting off any alarms!!

Perhaps someone else can offer some more detailed explanation, but hope this helps a little.

Remember, a GP (general practitioner) treats all kinds of things, and is generally not a gyn specialist...they are often very cautious if there is anything out of the ordinary, and so they send you off to a specialist to make sure all is okay. Following up with a gyn in six months sounds like a good plan!!!

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Re: What does this mean? The report has m scared

Thank You so much. You certainly are fast at answering. I appreciate your time.

My g/p did mention inflammation and also white blood cells.

I am having no bleeding or discharge but this bladder does come out when I have a BM or when I bend and hurts until it goes back in.

I think I will find another Gyno for the next Pap that I will definately have done as this Gyno said no further appointments. He does have a excellant reputation and is aware of the prolaspe.

Thank You again. Linda
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You are very welcome! All this stuff can be scary and confusing.

Hope they can do something to help you with the prolapse issue!

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Re: What does this mean? The report has m scared

Hi Linda, I read things similarly to how Zoe read them. The cervicitis is something you want to get checked out, but from what I've read recently, prolapsing can cause that type of irritation.

If you are prolapsing enough that the bladder is coming out, I strongly suggest you get to see a urologist and see what he/she can do for you. You shouldn't have to worry about that or feel that kind of pain and discomfort!

Take care and check back with us!

 
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Re: What does this mean? The report has m scared

Thank you both,

I did speak with my G/P, she thinks the prolaspe is the poblem.
I read on one site in my search that a prolaspe or anything in the cervix that does not belong there can cause cervicitis.

Gosh from what I am reading this can takes months or years to go away.. I read one site that said it can cause cancer. No more searching.

My G/P is very pro-active with health care and takes nothing for granted. I still do not understand why the gyno did not address this issue with me as the report says follow- ups are advised.

Thanks to you both, Linda
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Linda, you are most welcome! I hope they can help you with the prolapse problem with a minimum of inconvenience, and am glad you have a good GP. All I have to say about the gyno is they're like everyone else in life -- some are good, and some not so good. Go find yourself a good one!!!

 
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