Getting an annual Pap smear is an important part of guarding against the spread of cervical cancer. If you have an abnormal Pap smear result, it will be necessary to learn more.
Having abnormal Pap smear results does not specifically mean that you have cervical cancer. Instead, it only means that abnormal cells have been found in the test sample, which can be the result of numerous factors. Yeast infections, HPV, and menopause can all cause changes in the cells of the cervix and result in an abnormal Pap.
Are you interested in scheduling a Pap test at Progressive Care for Women? If so, feel free to contact our office and arrange an appointment. We offer several tests and treatment options for numerous gynecologic health conditions.