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Hello ladies, I just had my six week post op after having posterior wall repair. So, few things...
1) I was told I have healed nicely. All my stitches have dissolved and I can now start working my way up to normal physical activity. Yeah!
2) I got the green light to resume intimacy. My husband and I eagerly attempted intercourse last to find out (as I expected) it was a bit painful for me. Pain was worse the deeper he went and it was mostly at the opening of the vagina. I am still a little tender today. We cut it short last night and I think I'll wait at least another week or two before we try again.
3) Now for the worse part...the surgeon did a biopsy on the tissue she removed from my ack vaginal wall and found some abnormal cells! She called it low grade Squamouse intra epithelial lesions. But all I heard was pre pre-cancer cells!! I am so upset and scared over this finding, I don't know what to do. I am scheduled to have a colposcopy in a month to see if there are more of these cells still there. She said it is very rare to get these on the vaginal wall, they are usually on the cervix. Has anyone heard of this before? Anyone experience this? I don't want to worry but I am only 35 and don't want to have to think about cancer!!
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