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    15 weeks pregnant w lsil
    An_251439 posted:
    I am currently 15 weeks pregnant with my first. I am only 22 years old, and had my first pap recently. The dr told me the test came out mildly abnormal with low grade squamous intraepithelial lesion. She said it doesn't mean I have cancer, but wasn't reassuraing that it is not anything that will go away on it's own. She was more worried because I am only 22 years old, and have only been sexually active with my husband. I did not have any symptoms, and thought I was fine until the test results came out.

    I am really stressed and worried. Has anyone else experianced this? Is it something that will affect my pregnancy or are the abnormal test results due to my pregnancy and changing body?

    Please help!!

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