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For women on birth control, cervical cancer risks increase and, thus, may change the way a physician may provide case management such as opting for cone biopsy of a venereal wart. Women taking oral contraceptives are at risk along with women over 35, women who had multiple sexual partners or a history of HPV or genital warts. Infections of various types cause dysplasia, which can lead to development of abnormal tissues. Precancers are completely curable when followed up properly. For women on birth control, cervical cancer risks increase and, thus, may change the way a physician may provide case management such as opting for cone biopsy of a venereal wart.

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Birth Control Cervical Cancer

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Cone Biopsy, Venereal Wart

Oral contraceptives reduce the risk of getting carcinoma only. To minimize the chances of getting the disease women should take the following measures: avoid sexual activity before 18 years old, avoid promiscuous partners or use condoms, and discontinue any tobacco use. For women on birth control, cervical cancer risks increase and, thus, may change the way a physician may provide case management such as opting for cone biopsy of a venereal wart.

Other Topics: Picture of HPV Virus, HPV, HPV and Cervical Cancer, What Cause HPV, How Contagious is HPV, Human Papillomavirus Infection, Human Papilloma Virus, Cause of Cervical Cancer, Irregular Pap Smear, Genital Wart Info

Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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