Should I be worried about abnormal Pap smear?

Should I be worried about abnormal Pap smear?

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Answer 1
October, 2020
The good news: Relatively few Pap smear results are abnormal. Probably about 10 to 15 percent of patients in general will have an abnormal Pap smear during their lifetime. Still, getting an abnormal result can be scary. If your test is abnormal, don't panic: It doesn't always mean you have cancer.

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