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Screening For Cervical Cancer

Screening for cervical cancer is vital to reduce risk as is removing any condyloma or genital wart. Testing for atypical cells of the cervix is done through a routine Pap smear. It is important to have your annual exam to detect early symptoms of future cancerous tissue or cells. Early detection is key. When atypical cells turn to malignant tumors, treatment will be very complicated. Screening for cervical cancer is vital to reduce risk as is removing any condyloma or genital wart.

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Screening For Cervical Cancer

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Condyloma, Wart

After the age of 30 a combination Pap smear and HPV test should be performed. Approximately 34% of women achieve immunity to abnormal cells of the cervix within 9-18 months. Once this immunity is achieved, then they cannot be reinfected, nor transmit this particular strain. However since they carry the virus, they are still susceptible to other strains. Screening for cervical cancer is vital to reduce risk as is removing any condyloma or genital wart.

Other Topics: HPV, Picture of HPV Infection, HPV Virus, HPV Fact, HPV Testing for Man, Human Papilloma Virus, Human Papillomavirus HPV, Severe Cervical Dysplasia, Pap Smear, Genital Wart

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

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