Glad to see numbers going down! Hang in there. My last PCR number was 1.3 (something), very close to yours. And I have been dx over a year, so you are going at light speed compared to me. And I also did not have a quantifiable PCR at dx. Same boat. Although this is NOT very scientific, my logic says, since we were both dx with very high WBC, it will take a little longer for the leukemic cells to become outnumbered by the heathy ones! I am hanging with ya. My next PCR is April 6th. Uggggggh!
Anyway, I just got a call about 20 min. ago. I had an abnormal pap. I also have a thick uterus, so I am already scheduled for an ultrasound next week. Now I am scheduled for a biopsy a week after my oncology appt. in April. How did I get so unhealthy!!!!!! So much for the protection from some cancers by having a baby, and breastfeeding reducing other risks. (I am still putting off that mammogram--just cannot handle more bad news right now--I have to even get a biopsy done on my tongue today). So, all the info out there about what will "protect you from cancer" is a total crock along with what foods will keep you cancer-free. You were a marathon runner, I was a swimmer, we worked out, were veggies, no drugs, no smoking. I am all for health is just luck or we got dealt a really bad hand of genes. I'll keep you posted if this all turns out to be nothing.
P.S. I am going to put out there that these "abnormal" cells are prob. related to the CML. I just read that there may be link between abnormal paps with ALL and CLL. In one woman, (albeit, a 70 yr old), it looked liked advanced dysplasia, but upon closer look, it turned out to be the leukemia presenting like cervical cancer. Crazy man. And I have become a cantankerous old lady, early. Why not? I feel like my life is somewhat fast-forwarded to being elderly now.