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Bleeding After A Pap Smear

Bleeding After A Pap Smear

Light bleeding after a pap smear is possible if a patient has severe cervical dysplasia or other cervical changes. The procedure does not harm female organs and is absolutely safe. After the test, a small amount of spotting may occur, which is normal and should not worry a woman. During the procedure, there may appear a feeling of pressure, yet there should be no pain. Light bleeding after a pap smear is possible if a patient has severe cervical dysplasia or other cervical changes.

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Bleeding After A Pap Smear

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Cervical Dysplasia, Cervical

Papanicolaou test is done as part of regular pelvic examination. Papanicolaou is a simple painless procedure that involves scraping a tissue from the cervix, placing it on a slide and examining under a microscope for abnormalities that could suggest cervical cancer or an infection. Light bleeding after a pap smear is possible if a patient has severe cervical dysplasia or other cervical changes.

Other Topics: Picture of HPV Virus, HPV Virus, HPV, Human Papilloma Virus HPV, HPV High Risk Symptom, Human Papillomavirus HPV Infection, Human Papilloma Virus, Symptom of Cervical Dysplasia, Abnormal Pap Smear, Genital Wart

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

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