The natural history of high-grade cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN 2, CIN 3) has been established. For CIN 2 lesions, 43 to 58 percent will regress if left untreated, while 22 percent progress to CIN 3 and 5 percent progress to invasive cancer.
Observation with continued colposcopy is usually an option reserved for adolescents. In that case, one would undergo colposcopy and cytology at six-month intervals for one year with biopsy-confirmed CIN 2, provided colposcopy is satisfactory, endocervical curettage is negative, and the possibility of occult disease is acknowledged by the patient.
Talk to your doctor more about the risks/benefits and make sure you feel like you are making an informed choice.
Also, if it would help with your answer, the colpo biopsies were at 2, 10 and 6 o'clock. And under the examination section she had circled White epithelium and mosaic.
And In the endocervical curettage there was no dysplasia or viral change identified.