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Pap Smear Abnormal Cells

Pap smear abnormal cells can mean anything from venereal wart and vulvar vestibulitis to cervical cancer. Women with positive tests should undergo regular check-ups until they have 3 consecutive negative tests. After the infection has been treated, the test will appear negative. Yeast infections, trich, gonorrhea, and chlamydia lead to the inflammation of the tissue resulting in a positive test. Pap smear abnormal cells can mean anything from venereal wart and vulvar vestibulitis to cervical cancer.

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Pap Smear Abnormal Cells

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Venereal Wart, Vulvar Vestibulitis

Abnormalities in the tissue may also be due to infections, HOV, HIV, and other causes. Though usual, the tissue may not be cancerous. If you appear to have positive test results, this does not necessarily indicate cervical cancer because abnormalities in the tissue may be related to other causes as well. Pap smear abnormal cells can mean anything from venereal wart and vulvar vestibulitis to cervical cancer.

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