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02 Feb 2004

Cervical Cancer
My daughter of 20 went for a routine checkup mammogram and papsmear. Papsmear show a-type sells. A app. at gyneacologist was arranged for her but only in more than a month from now. What does it mean if she has a-type cells? She just had a lump removed from breast ( still waiting for histology report) and I just had a bilateral mastectomy and is busy with chemotherapy. I am her-2 positive. Is there a possibility that she might have cervical cancer? A month is still far off ad I am worried?
Thank you.
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GynaeDoc
gynaedoc

01 Jan 0001

I am not sure what a-type cells are. Do you mean atypical cells? Usually these are non-specific and are related to hormones or to infection. Cancer would be unlikely.

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