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    Old 11-21-2019, 04:00 PM   #1
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    CIN 1 or 2.

    Hello, everyone.

    My wife just got a call saying that she has to come in to discuss treatment. The lady said it was either CIN 1 or 2 and that she doubts she’ll need LEEP.

    A quick google search showed me that this means she has HPV. If contracted 4 years ago, does this mean her body did NOT clear the HPV?

    She’s 36, what’s the chances that this is precancerous?

    I also read online that this might affect future pregnancies... we want a child together.

    I just learned this and her appointment is 2 weeks away. I can’t even eat since learning it.

    Can someone answer my questions and give some insight?

    Thank you!

     
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    Old 11-21-2019, 08:40 PM   #2
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    Re: CIN 1 or 2.

    First of all, try not to worry. I have had the virus for over twenty years- and my body has not cleared it. I have had children and they do not show the virus in their blood work.

    Some people (like me) have a terrible autoimmune system and cannot rid themselves of the virus. They watch me very carefully, take biopsies when they do pap smears and so far I have not had to have a leep either.

    Go with her to the gyn.. learn about this...its not the end of the world and thousands of people live with it daily (most do not even know it). There is a very good chance if your wife is healthy that this time next year the virus will not be detected in her pap.

    Relax...this is not a big deal to handle.
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    Old 11-21-2019, 08:51 PM   #3
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    Re: CIN 1 or 2.

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    First of all, try not to worry. I have had the virus for over twenty years- and my body has not cleared it. I have had children and they do not show the virus in their blood work.

    Some people (like me) have a terrible autoimmune system and cannot rid themselves of the virus. They watch me very carefully, take biopsies when they do pap smears and so far I have not had to have a leep either.

    Go with her to the gyn.. learn about this...its not the end of the world and thousands of people live with it daily (most do not even know it). There is a very good chance if your wife is healthy that this time next year the virus will not be detected in her pap.

    Relax...this is not a big deal to handle.
    Thank you for your reply and support.

    She looked into her chart online and it said CIN 1.

    She also remembers her old doctor saying that she has something that isn’t a big deal and goes away on its own last year. I don’t know what that means.

     
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    Old 11-22-2019, 04:34 AM   #4
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    Re: CIN 1 or 2.

    IT means her body will clear the virus. As MSNIK indicated,there's nothing to be worried about but it's good to have information.

     
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    Old 11-27-2019, 03:11 PM   #5
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    Re: CIN 1 or 2.

    Hello again.

    So she got a call from the doc’s office today and they said it was CIN 2.

    I remember my sister-in-law had some laser thing done. Maybe she had this but all I remember is her not having a good time at all.

    Does CIN 2 affect the whole cervix?

    How does this affect our chances of having another baby?

     
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    Old 11-28-2019, 08:23 AM   #6
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    Re: CIN 1 or 2.

    HolyPhoenix,

    No link has been found between miscarriage, premature delivery, or other pregnancy complications and HPV. Also, the risk of transmitting the virus to the baby is considered very low.

    HPV is nothing for you to fret about. Life is full of enough serious complications. "Possibilities" is not one of them.

    A healthy pregnancy and child rearing requires basic optimism and trust. Anxiety is a killer of personal peace and relationships. Please deal with your fears and emotions. Get some mental health support if necessary.

    No offense intended at all. It's just that you are now the head of a family and a strong leader is necessary.

     
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    Old 11-28-2019, 10:38 AM   #7
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    Re: CIN 1 or 2.

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    HolyPhoenix,

    No link has been found between miscarriage, premature delivery, or other pregnancy complications and HPV. Also, the risk of transmitting the virus to the baby is considered very low.

    HPV is nothing for you to fret about. Life is full of enough serious complications. "Possibilities" is not one of them.

    A healthy pregnancy and child rearing requires basic optimism and trust. Anxiety is a killer of personal peace and relationships. Please deal with your fears and emotions. Get some mental health support if necessary.

    No offense intended at all. It's just that you are now the head of a family and a strong leader is necessary.
    Hello,

    The concern about children isn’t about whether or not HPV will be passed to them... it was about whether or not the chances of getting pregnant again are substantially effected after treatment.

    “Strong leader is necessary.” I couldn’t agree more. Strength: 1 the quality or state of being physically strong. 2 the capacity of an object or substance to withstand great force or pressure.

    Have you heard that knowledge is power? A strong leader would make sure he is as informed as possible before making decisions and taking steps to console his partner. That would insure that he does so as effectively as possible.

    Rest assured that I’ve read into this topic extensively since the diagnosis but one must also take anecdotal evidence into consideration. Hence why I am here.

    I do not believe I’ve shown any emotions over a forum but even so that shouldn’t be something to be seen as a negative. A confident individual would have no problem displaying emotions publicly. Confidence being another characteristic one would hope you would attribute to a “strong leader.”

    As a matter of fact, the only emotions I’ve seen on this thread are the ones of “optimism and trust” having an effect on “basic child rearing;” a biological mechanism.

    Thank you.

     
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    Old 11-28-2019, 11:03 AM   #8
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    Re: CIN 1 or 2.

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    Hello,

    The concern about children isn’t about whether or not HPV will be passed to them... it was about whether or not the chances of getting pregnant again are substantially effected after treatment.

    “Strong leader is necessary.” I couldn’t agree more. Strength: 1 the quality or state of being physically strong. 2 the capacity of an object or substance to withstand great force or pressure.

    Have you heard that knowledge is power? A strong leader would make sure he is as informed as possible before making decisions and taking steps to console his partner. That would insure that he does so as effectively as possible.

    Rest assured that I’ve read into this topic extensively since the diagnosis but one must also take anecdotal evidence into consideration. Hence why I am here.

    I do not believe I’ve shown any emotions over a forum but even so that shouldn’t be something to be seen as a negative. A confident individual would have no problem displaying emotions publicly. Confidence being another characteristic one would hope you would attribute to a “strong leader.”

    As a matter of fact, the only emotions I’ve seen on this thread are the ones of “optimism and trust” having an effect on “basic child rearing;” a biological mechanism.

    Thank you.
    You should be commended with your efforts in helping your wife and seeking knowledge on subjects unfamiliar to you. I agree with you and from what I've read, your posts don't seem to indicate you are succumbing to anything and lacking 'leadership.'

    My knowledge on the subject is next to nothing, but I just wanted to add stick to what the doctor recommends. I believe your wife will be a high risk pregnancy so you would need to be recommended to specialists in that group. Things like diet and vitamins prior to conception is key. With all the advancements in medicine, I'm sure the possibilities are quite high with limited issues. Having faith places a significant role as well. But it should be noted that one's psychological disposition when facing challenges always comes into play, so it might be an option for you and your wife to seek counseling on this matter, as your goal is for a positive outcome.

     
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