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Cervix Problem

When a doctor determines a cervix problem, further test are performed to diagnose possible cervical cancer, usually with repeated pap smear testing. This organ connects the uterus and the vagina and has a small opening allowing the sperm to flow in and the menstrual blood to flow out. This organ is susceptible to many disorders, such as cervicitis, eversion, erosion, stenosis, incompetence, polyps, dysplasia and cancer. When a doctor determines a cervix problem, further test are performed to diagnose possible cervical cancer, usually with repeated pap smear testing.

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Cervix Problem

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Cervical Cancer, Pap Smear

Vaginal discharge, pain during intercourse, bleeding, pelvic pain and heavy periods may be signs of a disease and the woman should have a Pap smear test to determine the problem. At lower stages all diseases are easy to treat, but advanced stages often lead to cancer. When a doctor determines a cervix problem, further test are performed to diagnose possible cervical cancer, usually with repeated pap smear testing.

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

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