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A case of pap smear hiv can lead to infertility, if not treated in good time; all vaginal wart and other disorders on the cervix should be treated on early stages. Patients showing severe inflammation should repeat the test in three months. If consecutive test result appear negative, women can take the test once of twice a year. If initial results appeared negative, more tests are necessary in 6 months to make sure the result is not false negative. A case of pap smear hiv can lead to infertility, if not treated in good time; all vaginal wart and other disorders on the cervix should be treated on early stages.

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Infertility, Vaginal Wart

Thus procedure takes no more than a minute and is usually part of pelvic exam. Women affected with human immunodeficiency virus are at risk for developing cervical cancer and should frequently have Papanicolaou tests to detect the disease early. A case of pap smear hiv can lead to infertility, if not treated in good time; all vaginal wart and other disorders on the cervix should be treated on early stages.

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