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Abnormal HPV Pap Smear

For an abnormal hpv pap smear, a physician may opt to conduct a colposcopy and periodic followup Pap smear visits. Some types of human papilloma virus lead to ASCUS results on the testing of cervical cells. ASCUS is the acronym for atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance. In many cases the body’s immune system will fight back and the human papilloma virus will disappear without treatment. For an abnormal hpv pap smear, a physician may opt to conduct a colposcopy and periodic followup Pap smear visits.

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Abnormal HPV Pap Smear

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Colposcopy, Pap Smear

The doctor may take the wait-and-see approach to see if your immune system will fight the virus, and ask you to come back in six months for a repeat test. Even if the test results are normal, you should still continue with regular testing as a preventative measure. For an abnormal hpv pap smear, a physician may opt to conduct a colposcopy and periodic followup Pap smear visits.

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

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