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Cervical cancer guidelines include biopsy of ASCUS tissue in women but not necessarily a penile wart or verruca in men. In the earliest and most treatable stages there are no signs of the disease. Atypical cells often need several years to develop into severe condition. The most common troubles of serious disorder are: persistent vaginal discharge (pale, pink, brown, blood streaked, and foul-smelling) and abnormal vaginal bleeding. Cervical cancer guidelines include biopsy of ASCUS tissue in women but not necessarily a penile wart or verruca in men.

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Cervical Cancer Guidelines

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Penile Wart, Verruca

When the disease is advanced the patient may suffer of loss of appetite, weight loss, fatigue, pelvic, back, or leg pain, leaking of urine or feces from the vagina, sometimes bone fracture can occur. To avoid serious disease itís recommended for every woman to pass through PAP smear annually, because it's the only way to determine disorder on early stage. Cervical cancer guidelines include biopsy of ASCUS tissue in women but not necessarily a penile wart or verruca in men.

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

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