Hi there. I had a phone call from my GP at the start of April to tell me that my smear from 24th March said I had Endocervical Glandular Neoplasia. It was the day before Good Friday and I got myself into sucj a state. My mum died in July last year and my first thoughts were for my 4 and 1 year old children. The following Tuesday I rang the colposcopy clinic at my local hospital who took me in the next morning for a colposcopy and a loop biopsy. The consultant explained that it is changes to the cells higher up in what they call the transition zone - and these cells are glandular and mucous producing which are different to the cells on the cervix where changes normally occur. My results came back quick but we were on holiday and I got back on the 30th April and rang the hospital. I have been referred to the women's hospital [name of hospital removed] for a cone biopsy which is not until the 8th June. Hopefully this will diagose exactly what I havre and also treat it.
It's a horrible waiting game and the not knowing is hard. I've done nothing but cry too! There isn't much on the web about this area although from what I understand CGIN is the term used to describe the cells in this are which may help with your search.
The good news is you are being seen quickly so good luck xxx