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It's saying that the findings don't match up from your pap smears and they aren't sure why. The first part says everything is normal and...
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Hi As you have not said how long since you and your partner had sex, but I think first yes were condoms, but you will need to tell him why, and that...
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I had same signs your having I still have my gallbladder still. The pain and Bowel problems were sometimes embarible then I had a colonoscopy and the...
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I am so sorry to hear about your sisters. Yes, there most definitely may be a familial connection with cervical cancer in your family. This is all...
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A colposcopy is an examination of the cervix (lower part of the uterus) and the wall of the vagina. It is performed using a special microscope...
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Colposcopy is usually done in one of two circumstances: to examine the cervix either when the result of a Pap smear is abnormal, or when the cervix...
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Three special tests are done during colposcopy: acetic acid wash, use of color filters, and sampling (biopsy) of tissues of the cervix.
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A colposcope is a microscope that resembles a pair of binoculars. The instrument has a range of magnification lenses. It also has color filters that...
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Colposcopy is a gynecological procedure that illuminates and magnifies the vulva, vaginal walls, and uterine cervix in order to detect and examine...
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If the biopsy results show pre-cancer (dysplasia) or cancer, treatment is recommended. The dysplasia may be mild, moderate, or severe. Almost all...
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