Biopsy report shows severe chronic cervicitis with sqamous metaplasia

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So much worried to abt my biopsy report.

It says severe chronic cervicitis with sqamous metaplasia and ulceration of the surface .Is it cancer .what should I do ? Plz suggest me.

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    No its not, but you need to see a gynaecologist who can advise you .  You may need to have some cauterisation of your cervix to remove these cells.  Dont ignore it because its not cancer,   Are you in UK?
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      Hi Khaleda

      I agree with Marina Dee that you need further advice from a gynaecologist. I suggest writing down the questions you want to ask before your appointment. If you are not happy with the doctor then I think you need to get a second opinion. On the basis of the information you have given you don't need a radical hysterectomy. That is a big operation performed on women with actual cancers and will usually includes removal of the pelvic lymph nodes. However, very early cervical cancers e.g. stage 1A1 can be treated with a simple hysterectomy although alternatives are possible depending on the age of the woman.

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      If I were you I would be happy to follow your gynae's advice. Also, if you are a smoker it would be good to quit. Squamous metaplasia can naturally revert to normal but is less likely if you smoke.

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    I agree with Jane...the advice from your gynae is very good.   He/she is obviously try to find out exactly what is wrong so that they can give you the best treatment.   
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      Thanks all.Went to my gynac with the report. She said I am fine I need only sleep.Really??? I insisted her for another investigation and she said what I need is sleep.I think I have to change the gynac now.
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    Sleep??   I have never ever heard a gynaecologist say that to anyone. Crazy. Definitely change your gynae. 

    HPV test and colposcopy sounded sensible.

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