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I had a cervical polyp bleeding when I had a pap

i had a cervical polyp bleeding when i had a pap test the pap came back atypical squamous ascus plus endometrail cells 2 weeks later i had polyp removed sent to path came back endometrail polyp thats it and said have biopsy i am having panic attacks and not sleeping thinking i have cancer they said no i do not have cancer so so scared 2 days before pap i douched in vinager and filled container with yogort and put that in me could this make a difference in pap so scared
Asked On : Sat, 10 Jul 2010
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Cervical polyp usually bleeds on touch. No wonder it blead while taking PAp Smear.

You should not use unsterrile solutions for douch .Any way it wont affect the report of pap smear.

Your Histopathology report is normal.the biopsy must be adviced to exclude any untoward effect &confirm compleate cure. You need not be tense. please be brave ,get the investigation done & free from all the worries.

Answered: Wed, 7 Sep 2011
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