atypical glandular cell in pap after complete hysterectomy/ where did they come from?
I have had a pap smear every year for 5 years since my complete hysterectomy. Suddendly the Dr. calls and wants me to come in for a do over test and a "looksey" she says "did we take your cervix" I said your the Dr, I certainly hope you know what you did or I'll be driving your car and you'll be driving mine. On a more serious note. Where could these cells be coming from? I have no cervix, uterus, ovaries, nothing, All my paps have been completely normal until now. I have no pain, or discharchrge. I was only going for a routine visit. I have nearly no sexual activity to speak of at my age! once every 2-3 months with my boyfreind the poor thing. I am 53. I am in full blown "could care less mode for years raising my 5 year old grandaughter, So this can't be anything bad! Please give me whatever knowledge you may heve, I go back tommorrow to se my Dr who does not remember if I have a cervix or not!. Time to switch I guess. Thanks so much Debbie
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