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Hi this is Dr Stan here to help you today. The 5:00 and 7:00 refer to the areas tested using a clock face for reference. CIN 1 is an abnormal tissue result that needs to be re-evaluated after treatment. If it doesn't respond to treatment and a second biopsy is still positive, then a cervical conization is usually performed to prevent spread. Conization is usually considered to be a curative process to prevent cervical cancer. Was the 5:00 o'clock section missed? I can't answer for sure, but that area may not have shown any reason for biopsy at that time. I wish I could tell you that there is no problem, but I can't. Allow your Gynecology doctor to guide you through this with a good result. I hope this is helpful and I am here to answer any additional questions you may have. A positive rating is always appreciated.