Yes, but unlikely. About 95% of women who have had a cone biopsy will never have a recurrence of dysplasia. The risks are better if you had mild dysplasia, worse if it was severe. However, if you had moderate or severe dysplasia, you should continue to have yearly pap smears for at least 20 years after the procedure.
How long for result to come back >cervical/uterine cells to determine if cancer? Also vaginal ultra sound? Can a cone biopsy remove cancer? Asap
Many answers. A pap smear of the cervix provides results in 3 to 5 days depending upon the lab and type of pap done. A endometrial biopsy to determine uterine cancer may take up to one week if not processed locally a cone biopsy is generally done for cin iii/dysplasia and not for invasive cervical cancer.. Read more...