Hi,thanks for query.Dear you have not mentioned the specimen,means what is tested ?If it is the tissue taken from uterus,then you have nothing to worry about.It does suggest some infection but after a course of antibiotics it should be fine.Just get in touch with your doctor,take the medicines and be fine.bye.
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