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Symptoms of having Cervical polyps - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Excellent Posted in: Vaginal and Uterus Health
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Answered : 37 Questions
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   well
User :   i went to get a pap
Doctor :   ok
User :   and it came back abnormal
Doctor :   could u type in the report
User :   and said that i had a lump on my vulva
Doctor :   ok
User :   can you give a clue as to what it may be
Doctor :   can u type in the final report
User :   report?
Doctor :   it will help to know what king of lump they are suspecting
User :   oo
Doctor :   yes pap smear report
Doctor :   or impression on the repory
Doctor :   report
User :   well it was a small lump and they havent done a biopsy
Doctor :   ok
User :   they found bad cirvical cells
Doctor :   ok
User :   they said that it wasent a dease but still something they want to do blood work on
Doctor :   it can be malignancy or infection (std)
Doctor :   it could be infection then
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User :   but their scard cause cirvical cancer runs in my fammily
Doctor :   ok
User :   18 female single no
User :   and i havent had gaurdacil
Doctor :   did they do biopsy
User :   and im not haveing sex so i dont think its a std
User :   they are in september
Doctor :   ok
User :   they want to do a cyocspicy
Doctor :   it can something to do with malignancy
User :   where they look at my cerix with a cam
User :   whats that
Doctor :   after abnormal pap smear
Doctor :   then there do colposcopy
Doctor :   applying acetic acid for better view
User :   is the acid gonna hurt
Doctor :   after acetic acid application if there abnormal tissue, then they take biopsy
Doctor :   it wont hurt
Doctor :   any doubts?
User :   whats a malignacy tho?
Doctor :   malignancy is cancer
User :   oo
User :   ok
Doctor :   anything else u want to know about
User :   could a cist maybe cause a abnormal pap
Doctor :   yes it could be
User :   or what else can cause one
Doctor :   main idea of pap smear is to screen for abnormal cells
Doctor :   cells and to treat the precancerous condition
Doctor :   u need not fear about it
User :   cause before i had the pap i bleed for almost 2 weeks
Doctor :   ok
User :   and it was dirty blood as they say
Doctor :   k
User :   so thats why im wondering
User :   if that could have anything to do with it
Doctor :   dont worry until the biopsy report comes
User :   ok
Doctor :   every lump need not be cancer
Doctor :   so u need to worry now
User :   what else could it be?
User :   the lump
Doctor :   could be a simple wart
Doctor :   viral wart or poylp
Doctor :   cyst
Doctor :   as well
User :   poylp
Doctor :   yes polyp
User :   whats that
Doctor :   mistyped
User :   sry i dont know much about it
Doctor :   Cervical polyps are smooth, red, fingerlike growths in the passage extending from the uterus to the vagina (cervical canal).
User :   o ok
Doctor :   Please fill this Feed back form I send, while I type the necessary information, say done when done.
User :   ok
User :   ok
User :   im done thank you
Doctor :   ur welcome
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