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Cervical carcinoma progression can be intervened if detected early using Pap smear and HPV pre cancer conditions treated. Uterine cervical cancer is second of female malignancies worldwide. Practically all cases of cervical cancer related conditions are directly linked to HPV while early detection of HPV and HSV presence is a good risk indicator. True cancerous cell types are referred to as “in situ” (localized) or “metastasized” (invasive.) Cervical carcinoma progression can be intervened if detected early using Pap smear and HPV pre cancer conditions treated.

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Cervical Carcinoma

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Pap Smear, HPV

Atypical vaginal discharge, inter-period bleeding, bleeding during intercourse, and dyspareunia (painful intercourse) are observable signs that indicate a woman should seek medical attention. Regular Pap smears are necessary for early detection and prevention of cervical dysplasia (pre-cancer) and identification of early warning signs. Cervical carcinoma progression can be intervened if detected early using Pap smear and HPV pre cancer conditions treated.

Other Topics: HPV Disease, HPV Vaccine, HPV, HPV Testing, HPV in Male, Human Papillomavirus Infection, Human Papillomavirus, Cervical Dysplasia Picture, Pap Smear, Male Genital Wart

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

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