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I got my pap smear test results today. It says:
Smears show squamous cells, a few parabasal cells and plenty of neutrophils.
No TV or candida seen.
No dysplastic cells seen.
No malignant cells seen.
Inflammatory smears.

I feel my tummy and the pelvic bulged a little.
I have some warts in my groin area and they are disappearing now. I have them for the past 3 years.
Please let me know what I am going through.

Thank you.

Hello Shaku

The PAP smear shows normal cells found in the cervix. There are no infectious organisms, there is some inflammation as neutrophils are seen, these cells fight against infection.

Essentially the report does not show anything to worry about. The warts have to be seen by the doctor and have a biopsy done if required to confirm what is causing them.

Please consult a gynecologist  


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I am a pathologist and director of clinical laboratory services. I have been a practicing pathologist for last 9 years in a 350 bed multi specialty hospital laboratory in India.

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