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I have no idea on what to do please anything helps thanks.....
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An_240921 posted:
I have no idea where to post this I dont have cancer but I am scared and need answers thanks for reading and your help. Well not sure where to start but here I go.... My OBGYN of 4 years has relocated she had help me through 2 pregnacies and to deliveries then last year I had a abnormal pap followed by colposcopy and she found it to be between moderate and severe precancerous cell changes so she preformed a LEEP she removed all of the bad cells she also said it was more advanced then what test had shown but it was all removed a she wanted to do repeat paps every 6mo till I has 2years normal paps. Well she preformed 2 paps 6 mo aparts that were normal moved the I was refered to another OBGYN in her office who I know he delivered my 1st baby well I went in for my 3rd pap and it came back abnormal so he ran a HPV test and it was negitive at that time ( I do have HPV ) so he doesnt think we should do anything for another 6months. I am very worried should I get a second opinion try to get in touch with my old OBGYN who was great or wait will 6months mean big health problems? Well THANKS again!
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Lacabo responded:
It sounds like you are very stressed out over this, so for your own peace of mine I would get a second opinion and maybe find a ob/gyn/onocology doctor. Good Luck


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