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Pap Smears After Hysterectomy

Pap Smears After Hysterectomy

Repeated pap smears after hysterectomy are necessary to make sure that disorders are removed; genital wart and flat wart can recur even after this procedure. However, annual doctor visits should continue for other types of exams. They can skip Papanicolaou test unless there are risk factors (HPV, HIV) present and save the costs for health care maintenance. Recent research has proved that most women do not benefit from this practice. Repeated pap smears after hysterectomy are necessary to make sure that disorders are removed; genital wart and flat wart can recur even after this procedure.

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Pap Smears After Hysterectomy

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Genital Wart, Wart

They attempted to reveal vaginal cancer and other disorders along with ensuring women will return for maintenance exam next year. Papanicolaou test has become part of annual health care check-up and many doctors continued to test women even though they had no cervix after surgery. Repeated pap smears after hysterectomy are necessary to make sure that disorders are removed; genital wart and flat wart can recur even after this procedure.

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