Hello, I hope I am posting in the right place.
In March this year I was diagnosed with CIN2 and had a LLETZ procedure to remove it and results came back CIN1 and an appointment booked 6 months later for another colposcopy. I had my 2nd Colposcopy on 20th September and the results came back CIN 2/3, so it had advised from CIN1 to CIN 2/3 in 6 months. I did some research online and it appears this is very rare that the cells would re-develop and worsen so quickly.
I have now been placed under a care management plan with an oncologist who insists I am being watched like a hawk, and a large part of my cervix was removed at my latest LLETZ 3 weeks ago.
The oncologist who was lovely said he doesn’t think it would be unwise for me to have a hysterectomy given the cells changed quite quickly and this is rare. I am getting married in June and just want this all over with before my big day, and to just get on with my life. The issue I have is that I only have one child and my partner has no children. I feel so sad at the prospect of not having the option anymore but since my cervix is more or less in tatters and I suffered a miscarriage in November also makes me think it might no be possible anyway.
I was wondering if any other ladies on here had experienced something similar and what the outcome was?
It goes without saying I want to just be healthy and if its imperative then I will have it done… it just seems so final, I am only 35!
Sorry for the long post was just hoping to get some advice