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Pap smear stage 3 - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   my daughter has had a stage 3 result to a pap smear she has a baby of 17 months is this cancer ?
User :   hello
Doctor :   Hi
User :   Im a little worried about this stage 3 she has no symptoms had a smear after baby was born but was breastfeeding the results were abnormal then they gave her a smear 6 months on from that date and now she has this grade 3 result . hello doctor
Doctor :   pap smear can show a lot of changes , which can be sometimes nonspecific
User :   ohhh so its not something to overly worry about ?
Doctor :   yes
User :   thank you so much I was very worried thank you
User :   how will they treat this ?
Doctor :   due to HPV infection or to chronic inflammation , such changes can ocuur
User :   right ok and could this possibly affect further pregnancies ?
Doctor :   in case the changes are severe enough , the doctor will take a biopsy and then do a cryotherpy to treat the affected part
User :   ok thank you for your help I feel relieved now . goodnight !
Doctor :   the condition once treated has less chances of recurrance
User :   thank you
Doctor :   thanks for consulting me here
User :   thank you for being here you saved me a sleepless night !
Doctor :   take care and have a good night
User :   good night !
User :   and take care !
Doctor :   bye for now
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