I previously wrote a little bit of background to myself on another thread before I realised I could start my own - so sorry for hi-jacking your thread Becki (and thanks for your kind words)! I had a LLETZ and biopsy two weeks ago after my dyskariosis went from mild to moderate over a 6 month period (I have been reassured this is due to differences between the proficiency in Practice Nurses and Drs in taking the smears). However, I have had a long history of erratic bleeding (including great big bleeds for no apparent reason - often preciptated by gynae exams) and ongoing, old bloody discharge, abdominal and lower back pain. This has always been put down to dysfunctional uterine bleeding for which I had an (unsuccessful) endometrial resection (bleeding just continued and period pain got worse). I was scheduled to have a hysterectomy for this in January 2016 but when my smears deteriorated the Colposcopy folks asked me to come in for LLETZ to determine if I would need a radical hysterectomy and when. Cue 'totally freaked out'! I was just wondering if anyone could provide any reassurance - I've recovered really well from the LLETZ, no signs of infection, minimal bleeding but lots of bloating and pain. I just wondered if the fact that I haven't heard anything in two weeks could be a good sign - it is ok to be honest if the time to results doesn't make a difference! Many thanks, Lex.