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Hello, I just received my results from my pap smear

Hello, I just received my results from my pap smear and I have epithelial cell abnormalities and atypical glandular cells. What is my next step? Should I be worried about cancer? What could cause this? If it's not cancer, what would be the treatment?
Fri, 12 Oct 2018
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