Abnormal Pap smear, surgery scheduled next month. Share your stories Bees!

posted 6 days ago in Wellness
Post # 2
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2017 - Hogarths, Solihull

misskate18 :  My SIL has had a presence of pre-cancerous cells twice now. 

Hers have been an in and out procedure, although we are in the UK so it may be different. 

She’s been totally fine the next day and has no issues conceiving as she’s currently pregnant with her third child at the age of 37 🙂


Post # 3
3 posts

I had the same procedure  and part of my cervix was removed.  The procedure was pretty simple and not painful.  Recover was easy and I have since had to pregnancies with no issues.  

Post # 4
4851 posts
Honey bee

I’m 39 now and pregnant with my first. I too had your results and my experience went exactly like 

stephisaur :  describes. 


It was was quite interesting actually as I got to see my cervix on the camera (they asked me if I wanted to see) 


it wasn’t terribly uncomfortable or anything. It’s just a bit embarrassing having your foof in the air with your legs in stirrups but the procedure was fine and a little bit of bleeding afterwards but no down time needed. 

Good luck with yours. Remember this is what smear tests are for, to catch things like this BEFORE there is a problem. So you’re on a winner already as you’re ahead of the game.

Post # 5
263 posts
Helper bee

I had a fybroid which they classified as benign but which had the potential to shift. So out it went. It was not a difficult surgery. The whole procedure took an hour or so. Was a breeze. Went on to have several pregnancies. 

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