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Hi, Dr. Stan here to help you today. A friable cervix may be associated with infection (human papilloma virus HPV) and cervical cancer. If your PAP comes back with cancer cells present, treatment is available, such as a conization procedure where the affected tissue is removed and the remainder of the uterus and ovaries are kept intact. At this point, you need to wait until your PAP result is available. I wish I could give you a more definitive answer but there isn't one without the PAP result.
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Have you received the result of your PAP test?