I did not see the first part of your message but I just wanted to let you know that you are not alone. I was diagnosed with mild-moderate cervical dysplasia and had a biopsy. For me, this was a very scary and frustrating time. Waiting for results and not really getting enough information on how cervical dysplasia would affect me and how to take care of it was frustrating. I realize that what I just said may not sound comforting but if you are feeling this way, it is a normal response. In the end I had a LEEP procedure which is a minor surgical procedure. The provider uses an instrument to "shave off" the affected area of cells on your cervix. As far as effectiveness, so far, so good. The LEEP was almost one year ago and I will be going back to the GYN for my next exam and pap soon. Until then, I just keep on living my life and leave this in the background. I am not saying that it is unimportant, but try not to let it consume you. I hope that you have a good provider who will talk with you no matter what your results are. If you need more information on cervical dysplasia I recommend the internet. There are many people who have this and have shared their experiences. They are a wealth of information. I wish you the best, take care.