Hope everyone is doing well, just wanted to fill you guys in again. I hope this is not a bothering anyone because it helps me, considering most of the people in my life pass unfair judgment towards me. Anyway, I had my laser surgery, surprisingly it wasnt that bad. My gyn said I did not have that many abnormal cells, and everything should go back to normal. She also mentioned that there was a 90% chance, so once again I am remaining hopefully; I do believe that over the next 4 - 6 months things may change for the better and go back to normal.
Anyway, God Bless Everyone...
Stay strong and do not let anyone get you down no matter the condition you may have or even if you value their opinion.
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