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Pap Smear Bleeding

After pap smear bleeding is possible and should not bother the woman; if you have a plantar wart, you should have this test, as some strains of human papilloma virus can lead to various disorders. The procedure will help to determine the state of cervical tissue and reveal any abnormalities in the cells. Since unusual discharge is one of the signs of the cervical cancer, women should report the condition to a health care provider and undergo Papanicoalou test. After pap smear bleeding is possible and should not bother the woman; if you have a plantar wart, you should have this test, as some strains of human papilloma virus can lead to various disorders.

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Pap Smear Bleeding

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Plantar Wart, Human Papilloma Virus

To prevent the disease and start treatment at the earliest time possible, papanicolaou test is recommended especially if there appears red discharge between menses, after intercourse, and after menopause. Cervical cancer is reported as very common in women with about 2-3 million cases revealed yearly in the United States. After pap smear bleeding is possible and should not bother the woman; if you have a plantar wart, you should have this test, as some strains of human papilloma virus can lead to various disorders.

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