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Cervix carcinoma can be the outcome if a venereal wart, or genital wart goes untreated due to the obvious presence of 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. Pap smears for early detection and prevention of cervical dysplasia (pre-cancer) and identification of early warning signs is vital for intervention. Cervix carcinoma can be the outcome if a venereal wart, or genital wart goes untreated due to the obvious presence of hpv.

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Cervix Carcinoma

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Venereal Wart, Genital Wart

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). Of female malignancies worldwide uterine cervical cancer is second. Cervix carcinoma can be the outcome if a venereal wart, or genital wart goes untreated due to the obvious presence of hpv.

Other Topics: HPV Vaccine, HPV, HPV and Pregnancy, HPV Transmission, Does HPV Go Away, Human Papilloma Virus Vaccine , Human Papillomavirus HPV Infection, Cervical Dysplasia, Pap Smear, Genital Wart

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

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