What is CIN 2 of the cervix?

What is CIN 2 of the cervix?

Moderately abnormal cells are found on the surface of the cervix. CIN 2 is usually caused by certain types of human papillomavirus (HPV) and is found when a cervical biopsy is done. CIN 2 is not cancer, but may become cancer and spread to nearby normal tissue if not treated.

How long does it take for CIN 2 to become CIN3?

Whereas CIN2/3 typically develops within a few years of infection with HPV (4–6), progression to invasive carcinoma is generally thought to require much more time.

Can you have LLETZ twice?

it is not possible to safely do another LLETZ, as you may experience impacts such as increased risk of future pre-term birth.

How many LLETZ can you have?

How many times can you have the LLETZ procedure, can you have LLETZ twice? Mr John Butler explains that most women will only need one LLETZ procedure. However, if abnormal cells come back, you may require further procedures, and this is perfectly safe and acceptable.

Can abnormal cells return after LLETZ?

What happens if abnormal cells come back. Usually you can have more laser treatment or a LLETZ. You may need to have a cone biopsy. But if the abnormal cells come back more than once, or if your doctor thinks the risks are too great, they may ask you to have a hysterectomy.

Is cin-2 (moderate dysplasia) a borderline condition?

However, CIN-2 (moderate dysplasia) is a borderline condition. Most doctors would recommend treatment of CIN-2 (moderate dysplasia) out of an abundance of caution. However, CIN-2 (moderate dysplasia) in younger women is more likely to go away by itself without treatment. This, combined with the increased risk of premature labor in future…

What is the cost of cervical dysplasia?

The cost associated with the diagnosis and treatment of cervical dysplasia and genital warts in the United States is estimated to be 3 billion dollars per year. The risk factors for CIN are the same as the risk factors for HPV infection and cervical cancer. They include:

Is large loop excision of the transformation zone (LLETZ) necessary?

It is also accepted that women who develop high‐grade CIN and subsequently receive treatment with a procedure called large loop excision of the transformation zone (LLETZ), which uses a wire loop to remove abnormal cells, are at greater risk for developing further CIN than women who have never had CIN.

What is cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN)?

What should you expect to find? Cervical Intraepithelial Neoplasia (CIN) or cervical dysplasia is a premalignant condition of the cervix caused by the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) and usually detected by screening with cytology (Pap test) and/or HPV testing. If left untreated, CIN can develop into invasive cervical cancer.