... abnormal results on a pap/pelvic test.. i have been informed that i am high risk hpv and that they have found possible cancer cells in my cervix.. i am only 23 will i be ok and will i be able to have kids???
I received a letter from my ob/gyn stating i need to have a colposcopy due to cervical cancer?
Added 25 Jul 2009:
i have never had an std and have been checked for quite sometime now... i just divorced but was with my husband for 3 years and have had paps with nothing come up.. i moved to washington and saw an ob/gyn and thats when i was told all of this... should i go somewhere else and have another opinion? this isn't the first time it has been mentioned to me about these cancer cells.. i was first told they were found when i was 17... could be it be my period that is making the results show this.. i dont have a normal cycle haven't for years i can go months w/out having a mensi then have one for a month straight... i dont know what to do or think i am scared and i need advice from people who have gone through this.. i dont want to loose my chance to have children though..
Please try not to worry trintrin420.
Have the colposcopy (https://www.drugs.com/enc/colposcopy-directed-biopsy.html) so they can find out what is going on and then you can be treated. It is a very common procedure, relatively uncomplicated and yes, you will be able to have kids!
Here is some more information that may help.
Colposcopy (Inpatient Care)
Colposcopy (Aftercare Instructions)
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