Following Tivoli's advice I'm just posting here to give the newly diagnosed ladies some reassurance, as I know myself how anxious and keen to find someone who had a positive outcome I was when diagnosed.
So to make the long story short: diagnosed after Lletz with adenocarcinoma stage 1b1 back in July. Had an MRI and internal (endocervical MRI), then the horrendous wait for the results: told likely everything was removed at LLetz ( I had no clear margins on one side), and was initially offered a trachelectomy. A week before my surgery at the preop the consultant decided my tumour was small enough in volume to only do a cone with lymph node removal. Had the surgery 3 weeks ago, stayed 1 night at the hospital. Last Thursday was my results appointment-I've never panicked this much in my life and I am very used to stress etc.. All clear and a huge relief!!!
Like I wrote in the treatment forum-it has been a very tough time, but so so many of us have a positive outcome, so even if your world is crumbling down at the moment, try to read the positive stories-it sure helped me and keep in mind that our imagination is our worst enemy when things seem dark, mine sure was..