Women who don't have BRCA mutations could have other high-risk genes that affect treatment choices
by smileINseattle on Sat Sep 20, 2008 12:00 AM
by herenow on Sat Sep 20, 2008 12:00 AM
Please make an appointment with a GYN/ONC, immediately. It's not that I want to frighten you. But if you have dysplasia that extends into the endocervical canal and into the glands, you need to be further assessed by a specialist. If your gynecologist won't give you a referral, call your primary care physician and get a referral. Do this on Monday. More than likely, that doctor will want to do a cold knife cone biopsy to both diagnose and, hopefully, treat you. But make that appointment as soon as your doctor's office is open.
I will definitely put out good thoughts for you!
by trehouse60 on Tue Sep 23, 2008 12:00 AM
If you're going the vitamin route to regress the dysplasia, you might ask about IV vitamin C. would provide much surer means of absorption, and IV vitamin C is seeming to be very good at promoting a hostile environment to cancerous cells. Plus it is unlikely to cause you any harm.
I hope the treatment works for you.
by herenow on Sat Oct 04, 2008 12:00 AM
I'm so happy you have done your research! I will definitely put out good thoughts for you! I honestly wish I had known about options before I got bullied into LEEP. I actually had LGSIL with focal HGSIL in two quadrants or less, with no dysplasia in the endocervical canal and the glands. I had time to set up Plan A, in the form of alternative medicine.
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