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Abnormal cells remain after hysterectomy

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I am realy confused as last year i had a cone biopsy then onto full hysterectomy.as abrnomal cells still there.
went back to see the hospital for a check up they did another smear and biop and were going to discharge me now i have received a letter to say they hysterectomy hasnt worked as i still have abnormal cells. why is this the case if everything has been removed? i am goin on holiday on friday an realywnt some peace of mind
thank you


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replied June 10th, 2010
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Hello,
Welcome to the ehealthforum and I am really glad to help you out. I can understand the pain and agony which you are going through.

You see if there’s a persistence of the abnormal/cancerous cells, there’s always a risk of spread.

The cancerous cells can persist inspite of undergoing hysterectomy. Hence, you might need further therapies which can be a little more extensive surgery or radiation therapy. Hence, I’ll suggest you not to ignore this.

Although, it will spoil your holiday mood but I am sure you understand that there’s nothing more precious in one’s life than health.

Hence, you should seek the consultation of an oncologist/gynecologist for further treatment. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.



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