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Abnormal Pap Smear Cells

Abnormal Pap Smear Cells

Abnormal pap smear cells, urethritis and other disorders can lead to infertility, if left untreated. Ideally, affected women should have Papanicolaou tests every 6 months until they obtain three consecutive negative Papanicolaou reports. If the tissues are affected, yet do not appear malignant, treatment is applied with a few Papanicolaou tests following to make sure the changes disappear. Abnormal pap smear cells, urethritis and other disorders can lead to infertility, if left untreated.

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Abnormal Pap Smear Cells

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Urethritis, Infertility

If a sample taken during Papanicolaou test appears irregular, follow-up care is essential. This condition may be indicative of a vaginal infection, a sexually transmitted disease, or other disorders that affect the vagina and cervix. Due to some factors, cervical tissues may appear inflamed looking usual in size and shape. Abnormal pap smear cells, urethritis and other disorders can lead to infertility, if left untreated.

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