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I Need a Bit of Help.. I Am Super Worried.

In december I had cryosurgery done to cure my cervical dysplasia.. Well before I had that done.. I litterally had to wait two months before I could get the cryo done. Well its been 2 months since it has been done. Well, I am supposed to be on my period but its not normal at all. It is brown, and super thick and dont smell like anything. I am on birth control aslo.. And I was bleeding brown blood for 3 months before I found out I had cervical dysplasia. I need to know if there is a possiblity that I still might have dysplasia, or if it turned into something worse? I am calling my Dr. Tomorrow to see what my test results were from my check up to see if my cervix is okay and I am going to tell him what is going on.. I hope they have an appt. Open for friday because I am really worried about my health.
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replied February 13th, 2018
Given your prior history, the chances of recurrence of dysplasia would be on a higher side.

Other possible causes of your abnormal menstrual bleeding could be Dysfunctional uterine bleeding due to hormonal abnormalities.

Consult your OBGYN who can do a proper assessment and provide the help you need.

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