Reading Pap Smear Results?
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Pap smear is a clinical test that can examine cells in the cervix (cervical) and vagina, through routine Pap smears, changes in cells that may develop into cancer or have become cancer can be detected. The purpose of a Pap smear is to detect this possibility as early as possible, so that if there is a potential for cancer, it can be treated immediately. The requirements for the Pap smear examination are two days before the test, do not have sexual intercourse first, do not take drugs through the vagina, do not use spermicides, and do not have a menstrual period, women over 21 years of age or women who are sexually active.
On your Pap smear results, there are no atypical cells that indicate malignancy with a negative result, but there are signs of inflammation caused by coccobacillus bacteria, these bacteria are likely to infect the vagina and cervix, which will usually cause symptoms of vaginal discharge, pelvic pain and pain during pregnancy. have sex. However, you should re-consult your pap smear results with the doctor who asked you for a pap smear, and will link it with the results of the doctor's physical examination, and the possibility that the doctor will give you antibiotic therapy or medication. then you are advised to do a pap smear 1 year ahead.
Some suggestions for you
Avoid having sex before treatment. If you have sexual intercourse, you must use protection or condoms, because coccobacillus infection can be transmitted through sexual intercourse. Your partner should also be treated with antibiotics. Avoid changing partners. Keep your intimate organs clean. Avoid wearing tight underwear. Clean your intimate organs. from front to back every time you finish BAK or CHAPTER Thank you, I hope it's useful. dr.Nurmarwiyah