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Cervical During Dysplasia Pregnancy

Cervical during dysplasia pregnancy may indicate an HPV infection or genital wart. Pregnant women are found to be more susceptible to abnormal cells on their cervix from HPV, than are non-pregnant women. The reason for this is because a pregnant woman’s immune system is under more stress when pregnant, which allows more opportunity for the virus to bring out symptoms. Cervical during dysplasia pregnancy may indicate an HPV infection or genital wart.

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Cervical During Dysplasia Pregnancy

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HPV, Genital Wart

Pregnant women also get more routine pap smears than non-pregnant women, which may also be a factor. HPV can be passed to the baby having a vaginal delivery, but does not happen in most cases and is almost always cleared easily by the baby’s immune system. Cervical during dysplasia pregnancy may indicate an HPV infection or genital wart.

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

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