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Pap Smear Inflamation

A pap smear inflamation, abnormal vaginal discharge and other problems can require cone biopsy to detect the nature of abnormalities. Women with HPV are at risk for developing cancer and should be paid special attention. If abnormal cells have been revealed in the cervix, further examination is performed to find the exact cause as the condition may be related to infections, and other factors. A pap smear inflamation, abnormal vaginal discharge and other problems can require cone biopsy to detect the nature of abnormalities.

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Pap Smear Inflamation

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Vaginal Discharge, Cone Biopsy

Very often, however, there are no signs at the early stages of the disease and regular Papanicolaou tests are necessary to find the disorder as soon as possible. Cervical cancer is very common with bleedings between periods or after intercourse, pain, and irritation of the cervix area being the basic symptoms. A pap smear inflamation, abnormal vaginal discharge and other problems can require cone biopsy to detect the nature of abnormalities.

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