The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 12
Re: Cervical displasia and ER4YT. . .
Posted By: d.d.(A+)
In Response To: Re: Cervical displasia and ER4YT. . . (Nancy Stunkard-A+)
You addressed your response to Sonia, but it sounded like you were referring to my message, so I'll answer.
You're welcome. I don't know the details of what my test said except that the abnormal cell count had been high enough to raise a red flag. According to my OBGYN there is a huge range for this condition, from very mild like mine, to cancer. She said it's not uncommon for this condition to surface and dissappear on it's own, because cells are continually dying off and new ones born.
With yours being a possible lesion, I wouldn't wait to have another pap. I would see if I could get a doctor to take the next step in examining the cells more closely. Sometimes aggressive is better. You don't want to wait around for cancer to develop if you can intercept. If this doctor doesn't make you feel comfortable, look for someone else, but don't wait too long if they said you have a lesion.
I can't remember the name of the lab right now, I'll look it up and let you know.
Try some breathing exercises daily, the one Peter mentioned is great where you alternate nostrils. It will calm you down and allow you to think clearly. We're all here for you Nancy, let us know what happens!
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Nancy Stunkard-A+ -- Monday, 29 November 1999, at 8:18 p.m.
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