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Endometrial Cells On Pap Smear

Endometrial cells on pap smear are not clearly viewed, so the nature of disorders is uncertain; plantar wart and abnormal vaginal discharge can be the reasons to have a Pap test, as you may be infected with HPV. They frequently show the presence of unexpected tissues in a sample, yet it is unlikely to be related to cancer. Post-menopausal women cannot have such results due to shedding of the tissue and need to have more exams except women who are having HRT (hormone replacing therapy). Endometrial cells on pap smear are not clearly viewed, so the nature of disorders is uncertain; plantar wart and abnormal vaginal discharge can be the reasons to have a Pap test, as you may be infected with HPV.

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Endometrial Cells On Pap Smear

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Plantar Wart, Vaginal Discharge

If this occurs in pre-menopausal women, there is nothing to worry about. As a rule, abnormal test results are diagnosed as ASCUS with more Papanicolaou test taken in 6 months. These tissues may be shed into the cervix when a woman is close to menses. Endometrial cells on pap smear are not clearly viewed, so the nature of disorders is uncertain; plantar wart and abnormal vaginal discharge can be the reasons to have a Pap test, as you may be infected with HPV.

Other Topics: HPV, HPV in Man, HPV Virus, Human Papilloma Virus HPV, ASCUS HPV, Human Papilloma Virus in Man, Human Papillomavirus HPV Infection, LEEP Surgery, Pap Smear, Genital Wart

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

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