Originally Posted by Ay Chi-mama
Thank you! Reading your comments really did make me feel better! I called my mom this morning and told her, she started telling me what specialist we are going to, and "she is not taking no for an answer". I let her know I'm comfortable with the doctors keeping an eye out, and that the cells might go on their own after I deliver. I am willing to go to the specialist in NYC for treatment if things go that way, but for now I just want to keep it quiet and focus on the pregnancy. She agreed, but now I have been getting phone calls all day from the rest of the family! We have a lot of cancer on both sides, my grand father, his brother, my dad, my uncle and aunt both died of cancer in the last few years, ect. I know she is just scared, but now everyone is freaking out. Well at least I know I have a support network... lol From what you're saying it seems like it's more a matter of making sure I don't let it go, which I won't. Yes, I am still staying away from google!
if it is very common to have abnormal cells during a pregnancy as many of the gals have said, hopefully that eases your worries.
I know it can be pretty scary, try to focus on the baby. I wouldn't worry about it in the least until after delivery and you found out if the cells went away on their own.