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Pap Smear Abnormal Results

Pap smear abnormal results usually mean cervical dysplasia or venereal wart, which can easily be removed with leep procedure. In case cancer has been diagnosed, treatment is necessary with recurrent tests every 4-6 months. If changes in the cells are due to an infection or a STD, the condition will be cured and the test will be performed again. Definitely, a woman who has been tested positive will have to return to hospital for follow-up care. Pap smear abnormal results usually mean cervical dysplasia or venereal wart, which can easily be removed with leep procedure.

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Pap Smear Abnormal Results

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Venereal Wart, LEEP Procedure

If the test has shown the presence of irregular cells in the body, it does not necessarily mean you have cancer. Any changes in the cells found in the cervix during Papanicolaou test or colposcopy are considered irregular and need close medical attention. Pap smear abnormal results usually mean cervical dysplasia or venereal wart, which can easily be removed with leep procedure.

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