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Can a woman with abnormal cells (cin 3) pass this on to her husband in any way and then if he sleeps with someone else can it pass to her?
CIN3 may come first: A diagnosis of CIN3 may be the first diagnosis, even with previously normal pap smears. The CIN classification is used to indicate the amount of abnormal cells or "dysplasia" present. That is done by determining to what level of thickness (bottom to top) in the cervix that the abnormal cells have grown--e.g. CIN1~1/3; CIN2~2/3; CIN3 full thickness. HPV infection causes CIN1 through CIN3. ...Read more
Yes: Yes, but you should have close gyn follow up. ...Read more
CIN I HPV: Cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (cin), aka cervical dysplasia & cervical interstitial neoplasia, is the potentially premalignant transformation & abnormal growth (dysplasia) of squamous cells on the surface of the cervix. Cin is not cancer.Major cause is chronic infxn of cervix with sexually transmitted human papillomavirus (hpv), especially the high-risk hpv types 16 or 18. See comment:. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Too high: As far as you need be concerned, if you neglect a CIN3 lesion, just assume it will kill you -- and it won't be pleasant. Nobody knows the exact percentage that progress because anyone who values their life gets it treated. But it's high -- old studies show at least 50%. If it was a tooth, you'd have it fixed. And this time, we're talking about your life. ...Read more
HPV: Cin is a precancerous condition of the cervix. It is almost always caused by the human papilloma virus (genital warts). There are several strains of this virus. Some of them cause actual warts, and others don't cause warts but insert their dna into the host (that means you), causing cellular changes that can go on to become cervical cancer. ...Read more
Cancer cells present: This is a serious condition that requires prompt attention. Cin 3 refers to :severe cervical intra-epithelial neoplasia. Glandular involvement likely refers to endocervical cells being affected. This will require surgical intervention in the form of a type of biopsy called ckc (cold knife cone). You shou follow up with your gynecologist. ...Read more
Cryotherapy : You may shower at any time after the treatment. Avoid tub baths or swimming until the vaginal discharge resolves. Contact your physician if: Temperature above 38°C/100.4F Vaginal bleeding equal to or greater than a normal period Pain not relieved by ibuprofen or acetaminophen ...Read more
Try these: Try these to boost your immune system eat lots of fruits and veggies, try aloe vera juice, aloe arborescens and drink a grated, frozen lemon fruit including peel. Go follow up with your gyn and oncologist. Check these inspiring and motivational websites: theinterviewwithgod.Com, maygodblessyou.Net pray to god and ask for complete cure of your ailment! ...Read more
44 yrs old, years ago had cin 3 and had endometriosis removed. Been bleeding 14 days now, what could be some causes for this happening now?
Irregular bleeding: Irregular menstrual bleeding is one of the most common issues Obgyn treat. If your CIN 3/endometriosis surgery was recent then prompt evaluation by your surgeon is warranted. If this bleeding is unrelated to surgery then schedule an Obgyn visit for a pelvic exam and sonogram. ...Read more
Pap Smears: Cin 1 is the stage the cervical cells are at on your pap smear. The changes range from zero to five. Zero being no prediction that you could be at risk for cancer and five being cancer. One is a common early warning stage. The next step is usually a colposcopy to make sure there are no worse changes and to treat what they can see to normalize and lower your risk for cervical cancer. ...Read more
Needs follow-up!: Cin 3 cervical dysplasia means pre-cancerous cells were found on your pap smear. It's caused by hpv, a virus. The next step is a "colposcopy", which means a doctor looks at your cervix with a microscope after putting vinegar on it. Sounds weird, but the vinegar makes early cancer turn white so it can be removed. This will ensure you don't get cervical cancer later! don't be scared... Just get treated! to learn from other women with this, go to: https://www.Inspire.Com/groups/national-cervical-cancer-coalition/discussion/cin-3-scared/. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Safety in numbers: In the pre-vaccine era serum studies of college juniors showed as many as 70% of women carried evidence of hpv. Once acquired, the germ can fade from view & resurface years later, with or without treatment. Newborns have been known to pick up hpv & develop vocal cord warts, yet these are rare. The fact that this is so common & most people go on with a nl life should be a comfort. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am supposed to be booked in for a colposcopy as the smear test came back with CIN 3,what should I expect?
Extended pelvic exam: The pelvic exam will be just like a pap smear except the cervix will be viewed by a "microscope on wheels" (colposcope). This will allow your GYN MD to view in detail any areas of abnormality and take mini-samples (biopsy) to send to the Pathologist for analysis. The biopsies may produce minimal discomfort. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is the latest follow-up protocol for CIN 1, 2, and 3 respectively for hrhpv positive patient? Thank you!
Please f.u with Gyn: Depends on what type of hpv you are infected. Certain types are more likely to cause cervical cancer than others. Cin 1 may be just followed for 2 -3 years depending on the type of hpv. Cin 2 - 3 may require further evaluation and therapy with your gynecologist. Hope that helps. ...Read more
What is the difference between cervical flat condyloma and cervical intraephitelial neoplasia (cin), or are these the same?
If leep for CIN 3 had pos. Margins but two ecc's after were benign, does that mean the leep likely got it all despite margins?
Possible: The most important thing is to follow up. That will tell you if the leep got all the lesion. ...Read more