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Lesion In Cervix
HPV: The human papilloma virus is the cause of the vast majority of pap abnormalities.
Needs further eval: I assume this means that the doctor doing the pap smear saw a lesion on the cervix during the pelvic exam. Such a lesion could be a cancer, a benign polyp, a wart, a prolapsed fibroid, or another condition. The pap smear may give some clues to the diagnosis, but most often another special exam called a colposcopy with a specific biopsy of the lesion will be needed to make sure it is not cancer.
Polyp or cyst: It's common for women to have nabothian cysts in or on the cervix. These are benign lesions that are part of the cervix's normal functioning. Sometimes women have a polyp, which is like a skin tag (sort of) on your cervix. Almost always benign as well, but need to be removed to make sure. Sometimes hpv can cause lesions to the cervix, these need to be evaluated for possible pre-cancer cells.
They took a biopsy of a lesion on my cervix. Had to put some kind of brownish glue stuff on it to stop the bleeding. How long should I hurt afterward?
Should not hurt: It should not hurt more than a few hours, at worst one day. If it is hurting after a day, please contact your doctor. Please note that you may experience bleeding if you sex in the 7-10 days.
I have done a pelvic ultrasound and the result were: 1cm complex lesion in the cervix. 2.7 cm simple cyst of the right ovary. What does it mean?
Have had HPV for 2 years my pap came back lsil I have a visible white lesion on my cervix I can't get a biopsy (pregnant) what can it be if not cancer?
I have genital herpes and have recent been diagnosed with hpv and was told I have a lesion on my cervix... I've been having swollen lymph nodes?
My doctor just found a lesion on my cervix that indicated squamous cell L cervical cancer what will they do? Does clindamycin vaginal cream help???
Your gyn should have: Explained that to you so that you understand it, that is the standard of care, so please ask your gyn, and I assume you have a followup colposcopy scheduled, high grade lesion is either cin 2 or 3 or hopefully not cancer in situ, please see your gyn to discuss exactly what you have and what is supposed to be done and u can easily read online about this.
What to do if I have low cell count on my cervix. (low grade squamous intraepithelial lesion). I'm 22, I do smoke. Help me?
Usually biopsy: When a pap interpretation of lsil is given, it is most often followed by a cervical biopsy and colposcopy (inspection with magnifying glass). If the look and biopsy confirm lsil and no high grade lesion, then this may be all you need. If biopsy or coloposcopy is concerning for high grade sil, then a bigger excision (cone/leep) may be needed. Talk with your doc / provider to learn what is best.
What does SOURCE: Cervix, Endocervix STATEMENT OF ADEQUACY: Satisfactory for evaluation. Endocervical/transformation zone component present mean? & also INTERPRETATION/RESULT: Negative for intraepithelial lesion or malignancy
two pap smear the past two years an it was low grade lesion when I was pregnant and now. I am worried that I get cervix cancer should I be worried?
Had a CT scan showed heterogenous density of cervix with small cyst. Also left iliac lesion 7 mm. How concerned should I be?
CT findings: None of these findings are specific. There may be more description provided by the ct that was not included in your post which may be further explaining the findings. It may be helpful to discuss these findings with the physician who ordered the ct or with the radiologist who read it.See 1 more doctor answer
Painful lesion on vagina, a lot of discharge, peeling of vagina and lesions on my cervix, STD test negative all over the board, what is wrong with me?
Bartholinitis: You have an infection that needs immediate attention. See your gynacologist because your lesion may need to be opened and drained and treated with antibiotics.
Not many: Cryotherapy is based on the fact that frozen tissue dies. Most non-malignant problems of the cervix, due to the papilloma virus, can be treated as local issues. Removing the local tissue does not kill the virus but it eliminates the portion of the cervix which has been stimulated to grow abnormally. The frozen tissue breaks down, producing a thick discharge but complications are rare.See 1 more doctor answer