Most women who have abnormal cervical screening tests do not have cervical cancer. Most have early cell changes that can be monitored, since they often go away on their own – or treated early, to prevent problems later. It is important to get the follow-up visits, tests, or treatment that your health care provider advises.
You can also access the information on this page as an e-book or PDF. Use this information to help you talk with your doctor after an abnormal cervical cancer screening result. If you have additional questions about cervical cancer screening, you may contact the National Cancer Institute.
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