Results Of Blood Sampling?
Good night. I want to ask, my mother often has problems with menstruation. Menstruation often occurs and a few days ago had undergone kiret and lab tests. The lab test results are referred to other hospitals. In the lab test it was written that microscopy blah blah blah … then the results of blood taking in the form of fibers or cervix colon fibers (fibers / fibers: cervix) what does that mean ???
p dir = "ltr"> Hi ariska, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com
Curettage is the action taken to remove tissue from the uterus. This action is carried out for treatment as well as sampling for an anatomic pathology examination.
In the examination that your mother is undergoing, it is said so, meaning that the results of blood sample taking are in the form of fibers or fibers originating from the cervix. The cervix is the part of the female reproductive organ that lies between the uterus and vagina, known as the cervix.
To be able to know your mother's condition, you should consult with a doctor who asks for an examination. Your doctor will match the clinical data that your mother has with the findings during curettage and the results of anatomic pathology tests.
You can read what your mother should know after undergoing the curettage here.
Thus hopefully useful.