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Cytology showing low-grade squamous intraepithelial lesion (LSIL) identifies many women who have very little risk for cervical cancer.
In contrast, cytology showing HSIL is considered a screening success because it has identified a woman who is at high risk of invasive cancer, and treatment of a cervical cancer precursor may prevent cancer from developing.
This suggest that you fall in to low risk group to develop cancer , as you donot have DNA evidence of HPV infection .
So this report of LSIL is favorable for you .
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Low-grade squamous intraepithelial lesion (LSIL) means that the cervical cells show changes that are mildly abnormal. LSIL usually is caused by an HPV infection that often goes away on its own.
You should be careful with partner , but this is not worrying as this stage had negligible risk for cancer .
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