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A genital wart discovered while testing for cervical cancer can be a LEEP procedure managed, with monitoring for vaginal dysplasia. The screening most commonly used for detecting carcinoma of the cervix is a pap smear. This is the reason women have an annual exam each year. Doctors are trying to prevent invasive carcinoma. If abnormal cells are detected, doctors will then remove the cells. A genital wart discovered while testing for cervical cancer can be a LEEP procedure managed, with monitoring for vaginal dysplasia.

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Testing For Cervical Cancer

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LEEP Procedure, Vaginal Dysplasia

There is a 15% 39% recurrence rate following a removal of abnormal cells. The reason for recurrence is the fact that the HPV virus causes 80% of abnormal pap readings, and you cannot surgically remove the virus. You can only create your own immunity to the symptoms. A genital wart discovered while testing for cervical cancer can be a LEEP procedure managed, with monitoring for vaginal dysplasia.

Other Topics: HPV, HPV Cure, HPV Treatment, HPV Male, Woman HPV, Human Papillomavirus Picture, Human Papilloma Virus Vaccine , Biopsy Cervical Dysplasia, Abnormal Pap Smear Result, Genital Warts

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

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