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Although with cervical cancer smoking effects risk differently, it is always good to follow-up atypical findings with a colposcopy and cone biopsy. Strange as it may seem, but women who smoke apparently decrease the risk of developing endometrial adenocarcinoma. This effect is related to body weight, which is often higher in non-smoking patients. Heavier women who smoke have the greatest reduction in risk. But this advantage is strongly outweighed by the increased risk of lung tumors and other major problems.Smokers increase the risk of all types of the disease, except endometrial adenocarcinoma. Although with cervical cancer smoking effects risk differently, it is always good to follow-up atypical findings with a colposcopy and cone biopsy.

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Cervical Cancer Smoking

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Colposcopy, Cone Biopsy

Every woman who smokes is at risk. She should pass through Pap smear annually and even more often; it can detect the problem on the early and treatable stage. If the abnormal bleeding from the vagina occurs, it may be the symptom of the disease on an advanced stage. Although with cervical cancer smoking effects risk differently, it is always good to follow-up atypical findings with a colposcopy and cone biopsy.

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

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