Tuesday, July 9, 2013
And the Results are in!
The doctor called me within a week to inform me of the results - CIN1 cells.
Okay - so what does CIN1 mean?
A CIN1 diagnosis represents the least risky type of abnormal cell growth commonly referred to as mild dysplasia. This means that the abnormal cells are confined to the basal 1/3 of the epithelium. Typically, it will be cleared by the immune response in a year or so, though can take several years to clear.
Where does this leave us in our IVF journey?
After contacting our IVF coordinator, she said that since the abnormal cells were only CIN1 that we would be able to move forward with the IVF cycle at the end of July!!