Thank you for taking the time to write all that out. Wow, it's a lot to take in much of it I don't quite understand. I'm going to have to go through your advice slowly and look into all of this, so much information. I appreciate it very much though.
I'm not sure what to do. The first doctor told me that the cells were now cancer. I got a second opinion and that doctor says I don't quite have cancer but it's something that leads to cancer if not taken care of.
My results were listed as:
A. Cervix Biobsy:
Endocervical Glandular Dysplasia, High Grade
B. Endocervix Curettage:
C. Cervix/Endocervix Thin Prep:
General Categorization: Epithelial Cell Abnormality Interpreted as Endocervical Adenocarcinoma in Situ
Another thing I don't understand is my first pap test approximately 4 months ago was interpreted as Epithelial Cell Abnormality High Grade Squamous Intraepithelial Lesion (HSIL). My recent pap tests states: Numerous groups of abnormal glandular cells indicative of endocervical adenocarcinoma in-situ. A few LSIL cells are also noted.
I don't understand why my recent pap is note LSIL (low grade squamous) when my previous one was HSIL ( High Grade) yet now I have glandular cells indicated endocervical adenocarcinoma? Does this mean that the HSIL progressed into the glandular adenocarcinoma? Does anyone know? I'm confused. LSIL would be an improvement yet now I have the glandular adenocarcinoma cells.