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HPV Dysplasia

Women with hpv dysplasia can be treated, but the HPV remains in the body for life and reoccurences are possible on the cervix. Special examination, called a colposcopy (often accompanied with a biopsy), may be necessary to determine the nature of the problem by looking at the cervix through a colposcope. This virus increases the risk of developing abnormal changes of the cervix and may lead to cervical cancer. Women with hpv dysplasia can be treated, but the HPV remains in the body for life and reoccurences are possible on the cervix.

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HPV Dysplasia

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HPV, Cervix

If the pap test detected the presence of the Human Papillomavirus, it may be treated or may disappear by itself. Every woman that has had an abnormal result of the Pap smear test should have regular checks every 6 months to make sure that no other changes occur. Women with hpv dysplasia can be treated, but the HPV remains in the body for life and reoccurences are possible on the cervix.

Other Topics: HPV, HPV Shot, HPV Virus, HPV Vaccine for Man, High Risk HPV Type, Human Papillomavirus Picture, Cervical Cancer Human Papilloma Virus, Cervical Cancer and Dysplasia, Pap Smear, Genital Wart Remedy

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

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