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Women who have irregular pap smear run a risk of developing abnormalities, as a pap smear can detect the problem on the early stage and treatment performed in a proper time can prevent urethritis, cervical cancer and other dangerous conditions. Nowadays, women whose cervical cells exhibit some minute changes commonly get HPV testing to ascertain if further testing is needed. However, current research suggests HPV testing in women over 30 can be helpful. HPV DNA routine testing for women without abnormal cytology findings is not approved. Women who have irregular pap smear run a risk of developing abnormalities, as a pap smear can detect the problem on the early stage and treatment performed in a proper time can prevent urethritis, cervical cancer and other dangerous conditions.

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Irregular Pap Smear

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Pap Smear, Urethritis

But, if left untreated, over time mild dysplasia may progress to more severe forms of dysplasia and possible cancer. However, abnormal results do not mean that infection is recent, nor does it mean that cancer is imminent. HPV infected women are more likely to have abnormal cytology results. Women who have irregular pap smear run a risk of developing abnormalities, as a pap smear can detect the problem on the early stage and treatment performed in a proper time can prevent urethritis, cervical cancer and other dangerous conditions.

Other Topics: HPV Vaccine, HPV, HPV and Pregnancy, HPV Symptom in Man, HPV Immunization, Human Papilloma Virus, Human Papilloma Virus Picture , Cervical Cancer Vaccine, Abnormal Pap Smear, STD Genital Wart

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

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