It has been a while since I logged on but I regularly have a look at what is going on with all you brave ladies.
I had my radical hysterectomy with lymph node removal - ovaries left - last May after 1a1 had been found by the Lletz. The results came back clear and proved that the cancerous cells had indeed been caught by the Lletz treatment that I had had the month before. Anyway, I have since been on 3 monthly checks and all has been great.
I went for my 9 month check today and was hoping that I would be in and out - wrong! The surgeon who did the op last year examined me and said that he could see a raw bit where he had stitched me up last year and that he wanted to take a biopsy in the Colposcopy clinic which he might as well do whilst I was there. I started freaking out then. Anyway went and had the colposcopy and when the surgeon was able to get a better look he asked for the pollip tweezers. He simply pulled the offending piece of flesh off - job done. (Sorry if too much info) He then said that he thought it was granulation tissue but wanted to send it off to pathology to check just to be sure. I am currently going mad now worrying that it is not granulation tissue and the cancer is back. My questions are can the surgeon pretty much actually tell by looking that it is granulation tissue? Has anyone else had this? Can it come back?? Any help from you ladies would be appreciated. It is going to be a long 10 days.