Are The Results Of Pap Smear Examination Any Inflammatory Reaction Dangerous?
Good evening, yesterday I got the results of pap smear, microscopically: ectocervical and endocervical smear contains superficial, intermediate, parabasal, basal and background cells: PMN cells. Conclusion: cervix in the presence of inflammatory reaction. Malignant cells do not appear in this preparation .. Please explain, is it dangerous? Then what treatment is right for this … Thank you …
Hello, thanks for the question.
Pap smear is one of the examination procedures to detect cell abnormalities that lead to cervical cancer / cervix by taking tissue samples from cervical cells. This examination is carried out 10-20 days after the first day of the last menstruation. This examination is carried out by people who are already of childbearing age (over 18 years), are married, and / or sexually active. This examination should be carried out periodically especially in women of childbearing age who have been sexually active every two years since the age of 21 years, and every three years after the age of 30 years.
The results of the pap smear examination will usually be interpreted by an Anatomic Pathologist. Examination results in which there are superficial cells, intermediate cells, parabasal cells, basal cells and PMN cells background and it is concluded that there is an inflammatory reaction and no malignant cells show that cervical cells are still within normal limits, no cancer cells are found, only cells inflammation of the cervical cells. We recommend that you consult your doctor who sent you to do a pap smear, the doctor will match the results of the pap smear examination with the results of questions and answers and previous physical examination. It is better to avoid risky sexual activities, keep the femininity clean, avoid using pants or underwear that are too narrow and do not absorb sweat, dry the female area after defecation or urination, eat healthy and nutritious food, avoid stress, consume enough fluids, rest, and regular exercise.
Thus, hopefully it helps.