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(6 Posts)
TrafficJunkie Wed 20-Jan-16 19:40:34

I have my second one tomorrow.

Had one 6 months ago, had Grade 1 which I know is nothing bad and is common. They wanted to check it 6 months later so here we are.

Bit nervous tbh. Hoping it's just cleared up and gone. Praying it hasn't got any worse.

I chickened out of my first one emotionally and had to re book, then went through it but it was just so awful.

I know tonnes of women have them.
But I'm so sensitive to vaginal exams, I always have been.

7Days Thu 21-Jan-16 09:56:10

What can you do except grit your teeth and get through it? Would you be able to get a diazepam or something like that from your GP?

Grade 1's often clear up on their own, so hopefully yours will have done too.

Good luck and it will soon be over!

TrafficJunkie Fri 22-Jan-16 19:01:10

Its all done and its all gone!!!

Aphie Fri 22-Jan-16 19:06:34

I'm glad for you. I had one in November and showed grade 1 but they are leaving me for a year. Think I'm finding the wait worse than the appointments

TrafficJunkie Fri 22-Jan-16 19:31:31

The wait was awful. I feel so much lighter just knowing.

Hope yours comes back good too.

tobee Fri 22-Jan-16 19:32:10

Hooray! Well done.

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