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An agcus pap smear or venereal wart can lead to serious disorders, such as infertility, if not treated in a good time. Treatment will vary depending upon a complete assessment. They include repeating the test in 4 to 6 months to monitor the continued existence, colposcopy and obtaining cervical biopsies of affected areas, and HPV DNA testing. There are three ways considered safe and effective for managing women with ASCUS. An agcus pap smear or venereal wart can lead to serious disorders, such as infertility, if not treated in a good time.

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Agcus Pap

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Venereal Wart, Infertility

If left unmanaged, however, greater risk of cancer heightens. Although ASCUS is common, only a very small percentage of these women will develop a cervical lesion and an even smaller segment will have cervical cancer. Borderline cervical cytology with slightly atypical cells is called “atypical cells of undetermined significance”. An agcus pap smear or venereal wart can lead to serious disorders, such as infertility, if not treated in a good time.

Other Topics: HPV and Pregnancy, HPV, HPV Picture, HPV Cancer, Low Risk HPV, Human Papilloma Virus, Human Papillomavirus HPV, Cervical Cancer Vaccine, Pap Smear Result, Female Genital Wart

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

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