A 28-year-old female asked:
abnormal pap came back hpv positive/cin1. sent for colposcopy. biopsy came back mild. but new pap is moderate-severe. now have blood tinged discharge?
2 doctor answers • 4 doctors weighed in
Infectious Disease 56 years experience
Go back to doctor: You need to be seen and managed by the gynecologist who did the pap smear. Do this soon. Cancer can be averted with prompt treatment.
A Verified Doctor answered
In right course...: You have been in right course of care and luckily so far you are on safe side. Remember no test including biopsy can bring a 100 % of firm diagnosis as it is supposed to do and every life event including a disease always displays on its pattern of full spectrum; hence it is hard to discern what it may be at the early stage of disease and at the very end, almost anyone can tell what it is. Life!
Last updated Aug 26, 2018
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