I'd posted last week about receiving a vague letter asking me to attend the hospital following LLETZ and biopsy. The week between receiving my letter and the appointment was a horrendous and I had prepared myself for the worst.
So, I attended my appointment and they had in fact found a 2mm area of 1a1 cancer in the area that had been removed. The next thing that she went on to say was that they were quite hopeful that it was contained within the are that had been taken away. The rest of the appointment pretty much went by in a blur and i'm waiting to hear how they wish to proceed to 'make sure' next week.
From what I can understand it's obviously by chance that these cells were removed when I had the routine procedure done 6 weeks ago. I'm so worried that this isn't the case, and it's been 'developing' in there for so long that it's spread.
Has anyone else had a result like this? What are the chances it will be ok, and how will they make sure? Thet mentioned repeating the LLETZ/biopsy but surely they'll need to scan?
The consultant asked me to go away and write any questions down that come into my head and if i was particularly concerned I could call the nurse any time, but I don't like to bother them just yet.