Lletz Test Results And Conclusions?
Hello, I was going to ask since the beginning of my marriage I started experiencing abnormal vaginal discharge and on April 19 2018 I had my lletz on March 24 2016 r nAnd the results of the Lletz were as follows: r n r nMicroscopic: r nCervix uteri: LLETZ r nEktocervix is lined with layered flat epithelium, partially erosions accompanied by bleeding. r nEndocervix is covered with columnar epithelium r nOedematous mucosa, hyperemia accompanied by bleeding called lymphocyte inflammatory cells. r n visible signs of malignancy r nConclusion: cervix uteri: cervicitis chronica accompanied by cervical erosion. I’m afraid of cervical cancer symptoms … thank you
Hi, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Cervical cancer is a malignant tumor that occurs in the cervix or cervix, which is the lower part of the uterus that connects the uterus to the vagina. The cause is not certain, but it is related to infection with the HPV virus, which is a virus that is transmitted through sexual contact. The risk of contracting this virus increases in someone who likes to change sexual partners, has sex for the first time at an early age, has low immunity (such as people with HIV) and others.
This cervical cancer has 5 stages. In the early stages there are usually no symptoms. Symptoms that can appear at an advanced stage, namely:
1. Bleeding from the birth canal, outside the time of menstruation.
2. Foul discharge from the birth canal.
3. Pain during sexual intercourse.
4. Pelvic pain.
Most cases are found at an advanced stage where the chances of being healthy are very small, because usually cancer cells have spread to other parts of the body. So it is necessary to check for early detection of cervical cancer by carrying out a pap smear examination, if abnormal cells are found, the examination will be continued by taking a tissue sample for anatomical pathology examination, also known as a biopsy, one type of biopsy that can be done is the LLETZ technique like the one you used. do.
In the results of the examination that you mentioned, it was known that there was inflammation of the cervix of the mother. For the current examination, you don't need to worry, because there is no condition that leads to cervical cancer, but it is very necessary for you to stay in control and carry out further screening according to what your doctor schedules. This schedule depends on how much the mother is at risk of suffering from this disease.
I advise you to have safe sex, by not changing partners and telling your partner to be faithful. Mothers should also ask for the HPV vaccine.
Thus, thank you, hope it is useful.