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Slightly Abnormal Pap Smear

Slightly Abnormal Pap Smear

A slightly abnormal pap smear can be caused with plantar wart or other minor vulvar disorders. A doctor is likely to offer Papanicolaou test every 4-6 months within the next two years to make sure the condition is gone and the cells are not malignant. Women diagnosed with ASCUS may undergo colposcopy, a close examination of the cervix under a microscope. A slightly abnormal pap smear can be caused with plantar wart or other minor vulvar disorders.

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Slightly Abnormal Pap Smear

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Plantar Wart, Vulvar

Very often, this condition results from vaginal infections and is frequently seen in women with HPV. A condition when there appear minor changes in size and shape of the cells obtained from the lower part of the womb is referred to as ASCUS or atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance. A slightly abnormal pap smear can be caused with plantar wart or other minor vulvar disorders.

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