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Cytopathology Report Pap 1
Cytopathology report: impression = the smears suggestive of simple cyst? (swelling) . What i do. Plz suggest me .
Unable understand CYTOPATHOLOGY REPORT. "DEGENERATED ATYPICAL LYMPHOCYTES (SEE NOTE). *Poor cellular preservation prevents further evaluation.
Specimen Handling: This is not your abnormality, but the labs. Whoever prepared the slides for the pathologist to review did a poor job. You need this repeated. RJ ...Read more
If you had a leep done in 20's can you have another one when still in 20's if you want to rid the chronic abnormal pap reports and trips to docs?
Pap smears: Yes but not likely unless they were done with vigor. Discuss with Paper. ...Read more
Is it true hpv can clear itself? Positive for 15 yrs, paps still normal. Only one partner past 15 yrs. Can he have it and be reinfecting me? Confused
Clearing/hibernating: HPV is a family of virus strains that can have an initial active period before they clear & go dormant or "hibernate" within an infected person indefinitely. Those strains affiliated with genital warts may respond to treatments or seem to clear, only to emerge again later. Non-wart strains associated with cancer can shed intermittently and emerge decades later with precancerous changes. ...Read more
Had abnormal PAP tests last year now cycle has shortened last one only having 7 days between periods, both heavy + lasting 5days. What can cause this?
Hormonal imbalance: Your abnormal PAP and menstrual irregularities are likely to be unrelated. It would be prudent to consult your gynecologist as it may not be a suitable topic for this forum. You may wish to start taking oral iron supplements to prevent anemia from excessive bleeding. ...Read more
My gyno wants me to come back in for another pap smear due to the first one being abnormal. Was there three weeks ago and 1try before what void it be?
Is there an age when the pap test is not necessary? The mammogram? I am seventy one and wondered if there is an age when these tests are no longer necessary.
Papsmear: Papsmear is a screening for cervical cancer. It is a test that tells the dr. Who is at risk of developing cervical cancer in the near future. Sometimes cervical cancers have been picked up through pap smears in people who have not had pap smears for a long time according to the recommendations . Your first papsmear should begin at age 21. You should get hpv vaccine. Please see your doctor as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Very common...: If your partner has ever been with another person, he could be an carrier. Hpv is so common that at least 50% of sexually active men and women get it at some point in their lives. Most people with hpv do not develop symptoms or health problems from it. In 90% of cases, the body’s immune system clears hpv naturally within two years. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Papanicolaou Smear: Human Papilloma Virus is a sexually transmitted disease which can lead to cervical cancer. The Pap smear is a screening tool so as to identify lesions that may be precancerous or have HPV identification as not all HPV strains cause cancer. IT is done with a pelvic exam and a speculum is used to identify the cervix-entry to the uterus. HPV vaccines are available-please talk to Gyn about this! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My dr still does Pap smear every year even though I've never had an abnormal one. Isn't it every three years?
Yes.: PAP recommended every 3 yrs age 21-29 for avg. risk women. If at high risk of contracting a sexually transmitted disease then screen more frequently. ACP recommends against performing screening pelvic exams. For further details see US Preventive Services Task Force website. http://www.uspreventiveservicestaskforce.org/uspstf11/cervcancer/cervcancerrs.htm ...Read more
How often should a healthy, early 20s woman get a pap smear (assuming she's already had one and it came back normal)?
It depends.: Doctors generally recommend repeating Pap testing every 3 years for women ages 21-65. If you have risk factors such as weak immune system, HIV, exposure to DES before birth , your doctor may recommend more frequent Pap smears, regardless of your age. I hope this helps. I hope this helps. If you still have questions make a Virtual Appointment to contact with me at www.healthtap.com/dryetimyan ...Read more