I was pregnant with my first child in 2009 I was 25 years old. I went in for my first visit and they went ahead and did a PAP since it had been about a year. It came back with atypical glandular cells. While still pregnant I had a colposcopy and a biopsy done. The biopsy came back negative. After giving birth my doctor did another colposcopy and noted that the cells were multiplying. He did two different biopsies. Both came back negative. Two months later he did a PAP and it came back normal. He ended it there. I ended up switching OBs when I got pregnant with my daughter which was only six months after my PAP. I expressed my concerns with my new OB and she said that as soon as my year was up we could do another PAP. This past January I had a PAP done while I was 7 1/2 months pregnant. It came back normal. But I am still worried about the atypical glandular cells that were multiplying. Reading everything online about them I really do not know where to go from here.
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