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Ascus pap negative HPV 14 months ago. Six months later pap redone and was normal. How likely this pap going to show cancer she's married for years?

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Dr. Matthew Wilson
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Ascus

If she's post menopausal, the ascus pap can be totally unrelated to cervical cancer.

In brief: Ascus

If she's post menopausal, the ascus pap can be totally unrelated to cervical cancer.
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In brief: Very low

The pap had some atypical squamous cells of uncertain significance which lead to a hpv screen.
The hpv screen was negative for the hpv types being tested. The follow up pap screen was negative and normal which is good news. The likeliness of having cervical cancer with a negative pap screen is very low, especially in the absence of risk factors such as hpv, smoking etc.

In brief: Very low

The pap had some atypical squamous cells of uncertain significance which lead to a hpv screen.
The hpv screen was negative for the hpv types being tested. The follow up pap screen was negative and normal which is good news. The likeliness of having cervical cancer with a negative pap screen is very low, especially in the absence of risk factors such as hpv, smoking etc.
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