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Precancerous cells, delayed period. Undergoing treatment. Is that normal?

I had my first smear test in February, I was told I had precancerous cells, I had treatment to have them lazered off. Everything has gone well, through all that I decided to stop taking the pill. I have had my period since stopping the pill and I'm not due again until 1st may, however I have started bleeding again now, with everything that's been going on down there, is this normal after stopping the pill?
Asked On : Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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What for the smear test has done? Precancerous cells means what? The exact report to be produced. Anyway, bleeding after stopping the pill is normal but type nature of bleeding to be looked for. Clinical examination is necessary. Right now nothing to worry. Probably you want to say about the report of pap smear, in this case pap smear report to be repeated after 6 months. Take care.
Answered: Tue, 28 May 2013
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