HHi Zajones. I am currently waiting on biopsy results from 5 samples taken Thursday. It's interesting to me that you were told after a biopsy that it was cin 3. I was told I had cin3 before I ever had a biopsy. I am very concerned about this as well. I too have a feeling this is probably more than dysplasia. My history with abnormal smears is long. My first abnormal smear was 15 years ago when I was pregnant with my 2nd child. The next smear was normal. Next abnormal smear came when I was pregnant with my 3rd and youngest child. I was told I probably had pregnancy induced dysplasia. My own fault, I know, but after that smear in 2003, I didn't have another pap test until this past May. 12 years later. I lost my mother to breast cancer in February, and before she died, she made me promise her I would get checked out. So I did, and now I'm scared to death! I regret not having pap tests for so many years. I honestly thought since they called it "pregnancy induced" and smears were always clear once the baby was born, I honestly thought I was fine. Big mistake, and one that could cost me dearly. I don't know how long it takes for biopsy results to come back, but I feel like I'm on pins and needles. I don't know what a LEEp procedure feels like, I have never had one. My treatment will more than likely be some sort of hysterectomy, whether it be simple, or radical will be decided by the biopsy. I feel the same way as you. Just have a feeling that it's more than they're saying. I try to be positive also, but some days it just gets the better of me. Best wishes to you.