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Abnormal Screening Results

"Pre-cancerous cells" appear abnormal under a microscope and can, if left untreated, develop into cancer. One of the most common and trustworthy tests used to detect precancerous and cancerous cervical changes is the Pap test. Pap tests can also find cervical cancer early, when the chance of being cured is very high.

If you have had an abnormal results

First, talk to your healthcare provider. Sometimes, their recommendation will be to wait a period of time and have another test before taking any other action. If the recommendation is to seek some form of treatment.

If you have:

Please make an appointment with our Colposcopy Clinic.

Learn more about Pre-Cancerous Conditions