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Abnormal cervical bleeding should be clinically checked, a Pap smear test taken, and a pelivic exam for irregularities such as a vaginal wart should be conducted. The problem may include spotting of small amount of blood between periods or very heavy periods, lasting for weeks at a time. In premenopausal women light spotting a couple of days before the period is common and not worrisome. Birth control pills may cause spotting the first few months. Abnormal cervical bleeding should be clinically checked, a Pap smear test taken, and a pelivic exam for irregularities such as a vaginal wart should be conducted.

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Cervical Bleeding

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Pap Smear, Vaginal Wart

Irregular spotting is a possible symptom of menstrual dysfunction, fluctuating hormone level, vaginitis (a common and treatable infection), vulvar varicosities (dilation and irritation of the veins in vulva), cancer of the uterus, cervix, or vagina, some std, injury, complications from pregnancy, etc. Abnormal cervical bleeding should be clinically checked, a Pap smear test taken, and a pelivic exam for irregularities such as a vaginal wart should be conducted.

Other Topics: HPV Vaccine, HPV, HPV Picture, HPV Shot, Female HPV Virus Picture, Human Papillomavirus HPV, Human Papilloma Virus, Low Grade Cervical Dysplasia, Cone Biopsy, Genital Wart

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

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