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Dr. Darlene Lawrence Explains The Tests For Cervical Cancer. Share your HPV, Pap Smear or Gardasil story with women at *******www.EmpowHer****. Help women by posting this video on your site!
13 Feb 2008
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Dr. Darlene Lawrence Explains How Often A Woman Should Get A Pap Smear for Cervical Cancer. Share your cervical cancer story with at *******www.EmpowHer****. Post this video on your site or send to a friend in need!
13 Feb 2008
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*******www.bodbeat**** New reports recommend less mammograms and pap smears for certain women. Dr. Loretta shows how, at the very least, these reports are naïve … and very dangerous … and explains what guidelines you should really follow. Distributed by Tubemogul.
26 Jan 2010
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Some women wonder why it is important for them to get pap smears. In this video, Dr. Chan explains that pap smears are important in helping to detect early, pre-cancerous changes in the cervix, thus allowing for the possibility for early treatment if necessary.
28 Jan 2010
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The Papanicolaou test (also called Pap smear, Pap test, cervical smear, or smear test) is a screening test used in gynecology to detect premalignant and malignant (cancerous) processes in the ectocervix. *******docturs****/dd/pg/groups/2392/cervical-smear-test-pap-test/
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How to Deal with an Abnormal Pap Smear|what can make a pap smear abnormal Doctors regularly perform Pap smears (also called Pap tests) on female patients, typically during routine pelvic exams, in order to check for abnormal cell changes on the cervix. If untreated, these cell changes can sometimes lead to cervical cancer. “Negative” or “normal” results mean that no abnormal cervical cells are present and no follow-up is necessary until your next regularly scheduled exam. “Positive” or “abnormal” results, however, indicate a potential problem.
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How to Do a Pap Smear|when do i need a pap smear A pap smear is a simple, quick, and relatively painless screening test, used to detect cancerous or pre-cancerous cells in the cervix. Getting regular pap screens is essential for the early detection and treatment of cervical cancer. To understand how to prepare for a pap smear and learn more about what the process involves, start with Step 1 below. 1 Make sure your appointment won't coincide with your period. When scheduling an appointment for a pap smear, try to time it so it doesn't overlap with your next period. Blood from your period can interfere with the results of the pap smear, making it less accurate.[1] However, if you experience any unexpected bleeding or spotting right before the appointment, there is no need to cancel
24 Sep 2017
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23 Aug 2008
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“If I hadn’t had the HPV test, I would have continued to have normal Pap smears, probably. I would not have known that I had the virus that causes cancer – until it was too late.” -Bette Cockrell
6 May 2008
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Emergency Care Center In Lighthouse Point FL, 33073, 954-580-1036, Sick, Urgent Care Center, Doctor, Health Center, Pap Smears, Emergency Care Center, Clinic, Coconut Creek, Gyneology, FL, X Rays
11 Aug 2010
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Premier Urgent Care Center, School Physician, Coconut Creek, Fl, 954.580.1036 Walk in, Flu Vaccine, ER Clinic, Sick Pap Smears, Flu, Urgent care, health Center. permierurgentcarefl****
11 Aug 2010
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14 Mar 2008
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A new survey released by the National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health (NPWH) found that many women are in the dark about what it takes to prevent HPV (human papillomavirus). In this Video Susan Wysocki talks about the survey.
22 Feb 2008
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“My doctor explained that he was doing a lot of reading on the correlation between HPV and cervical cancer. He believed the Pap test alone was no longer enough to detect early signs of cancer. Thank goodness I listened to him!” -Micheline Fornarotto
6 May 2008
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Thanks to the advanced technology of the digene HPV Test, Micheline was ultimately saved from a rare form of cervical cancer that the Pap regularly fails to detect.
14 May 2008
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“Based on extensive supporting data and the latest guidance from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and the American Cancer Society, my practice decided in December 2005 to order the HPV test along with a Pap for all of our patients age 30 and older.” -Dr. Staub
6 May 2008
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