If your pap smear resulted abnormal, we will follow up on your results and provide the adequate treatment for you. There are several risk factors that may predispose you to have an abnormal Pap smears including smoking, multiple sexual partners, early age of sexual intercourse, sexually transmitted diseases and HPV infection.
Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is a virus that may cause genital warts, abnormal pap smears, and cancer of the cervix, vulva and anus. There are several types of HPV. While for most women infection with HPV is transient, if persistent, a colposcopy may be indicated to diagnose the lesion and guide a specific treatment. It is important to follow your recommended schedule.
Call our office at 713-692-0600 and we will review your pap results today and provide you the right recommendation to take care of that.
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