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Abnormal Cells In A Pap Smear

If abnormal cells in a pap smear are removed in a good time, the condition won't lead to miscarriage, vaginitis and other serious complications. Truly pre-cancerous and cancerous tissues need more serious treatment. It is necessary to cure the disease and repeat the test to make sure the changes are gone. If test results are positive, further evaluation may be needed because the changes in the tissue may appear due to infections or sexually transmitted diseases. If abnormal cells in a pap smear are removed in a good time, the condition won't lead to miscarriage, vaginitis and other serious complications.

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Abnormal Cells In A Pap Smear

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Miscarriage, Vaginitis

Papanicolaou test is instrumental in detecting both cancerous and pre-cancerous cells and other vaginal conditions. Abnormalities in the cervix may stem from a variety of factors and do not always indicate cervical cancer, one of the most common cancers nowadays. If abnormal cells in a pap smear are removed in a good time, the condition won't lead to miscarriage, vaginitis and other serious complications.

Other Topics: HPV, HPV Picture, HPV Vaccine, HPV Vaccine Merck, HPV in Woman, Human Papillomavirus Vaccine, Human Papillomavirus, Symptom of Cervical Dysplasia, Cone Biopsy, Genital Wart Pictures

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

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