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Found having cn1 hpv mino dysplasia, advised pap smear. Can I postpone it?

hi.good morning!pls i need ur answer regarding my situation .i am single but last year i found out .i got cn1 hpv mino dysplsia duno if i spell it right.and i was advise for reg.paps smear bt im new here nw in canada can i postpone it and go next month instead?and i also worried i saw a small like mole on my labia minora .im worried why is it happening to me it affects my whole life.i avoid bf for more than a year i vnt have sex bec.i dnt wnt to pass ths pls.i need ur advise badly.more power and have a good day!pls.dnt post my email.thank you
Asked On : Tue, 19 Feb 2013
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hi madam,
u had grade 1 or minor dysplasia in ur last pap's smear report. this can be a normal finding or may indicate inflammation, but not cancer.
so it is advisable for u to go throu the test every year for next 3 years, untill 3 reports are normal.
just postponing the test for 1 month will not give rise to much difference, but get it done as soon as u get time.
Answered: Sat, 15 Jun 2013
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