I had a punch biopsy in March come back as carcinoma in situ and that doctor did not want to see me for treatment for another 6 months. I felt uncomfortable with this so I booked a second opinion with another doctor that I had this morning.
This doctor was very concerned about the previous decision, and decided to do an internal exam (which I've never had before-ouch) because of the results and my symptoms. Immediately after this she said I will need a 'cone procedure' and that we should not wait...??
This is really freaking me out, does this likely mean she felt something more serious up there than carcinoma in situ? (I was under the impression that CIS isn't too serious yet). Also isn't the procedure normally a lletz for this, not a cone right away?
Really really need some advice here, I'm kind of freaking out.