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Ascus And Pregnancy
Positive pap: Ascus means Abnormal Scuamoqus Cell of Uncertain Source . It douse not mean you have cancer . But your doctor should look for a cause for this abnormality such as looking for HPV - human Papiloma virus , which could be the precursor for Cervical cancer . Most of the time a repeat pap is normal or negative . ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Found out I have ascus cells in ovaries. What is this? What causes it? What are treatments? What are risks?
Regular paps all normal then jan ASCUS April normal. Oct ASCUS. Fam Dr says re test in three months (HPV not tested ). Ok to wait and retest ? ..?
HPV test done if ASC: This means that if a person has a pap test result of asc-us (atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance), then the lab will perform a high risk hpv dna test. If the dna test is negative, then the "atypia" is less likely caused by an hpv infection. If the dna test is positive, then the "atypia" is more likely caused by an hpv infection. Hope that this helps. ...Read more
ASCUS diagnosed, do i have to wait 6 months for cells to return to normal, or can i order a colposcopy right away?
How many years is normal to go through this pap - colpo (every 6 months but i haven't been in a year) cycle with ascus legions? It's almost been 4 yrs
Probably not. Follow: This result can sound concerning, but ascus ("abnormal cells of unknown significance") is extremely common. Some of the cervical cells on the pap looked abnormal but not clearly pre-cancerous. Depending on the type of pap your doc did, she may be able to tell you whether hpv might have caused this. Often ascus resolves, but please stay in touch with your doc and discuss appropriate follow-up. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unknown: The name itself almost gives you the answer to your question: ASCUS stands for "abnormal squamous cells of undetermined significance". Most important, ASCUS appears to be harmless. Follow you doctor's advice about possible follow-up pap smears or other tests, but don't be worried about this. Good luck! ...Read more