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Vaginal Dysplasia

The increased incidence of cervical and vaginal dysplasia have prompted doctors to use the pap smear and DNA testing as preventative measures for cancer and also catching infections linked to miscarriage. Women who have multiple sexual partners and history of sexually transmitted diseases are at risk. The methods for treating advanced stages are: screening, cone biopsy, laser vaporization or ablation, cryosurgery or cryocauterization, and electrocauerization. Most mild disorders regress on their own, without treatment. The increased incidence of cervical and vaginal dysplasia have prompted doctors to use the pap smear and DNA testing as preventative measures for cancer and also catching infections linked to miscarriage.

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Vaginal Dysplasia

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Pap Smear, Miscarriage

The only way to prevent cervical cancer is to have Pap smears annually. This condition doesn't cause health problems, but can be precancerous. The changes can be mild, moderate, and severe. Abnormal cells in the cervix and vagina cause the development of abnormal tissues. The increased incidence of cervical and vaginal dysplasia have prompted doctors to use the pap smear and DNA testing as preventative measures for cancer and also catching infections linked to miscarriage.

Other Topics: HPV Shot, HPV, HPV Cure, HPV Vaccine for Man, HPV High Risk Symptom, Human Papilloma Virus Symptom, Human Papillomavirus, Moderate Cervical Dysplasia, Pap Smear, Genital Wart

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

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