Hello , I am 30 years old, never had any health problem, las week I took an PS EXAM , the result is LGSIL + HPV low effect . The doctor said that I hae to take a colopscopy, wich I am going to take in month because there are not avaiable appointments. The doctor is not an specialits, I dont understand the situation, Iam very afraid. Please can anybody explain me the posible scenarios ?
Low-grade squamous intraepithelial lesion (LGSIL) consistent with human papillomavirus (HPV) infection or mild dysplasia...this can indicate precancerous cells,,,HPV humanpapalloma virus is precancerous cells of the cervix can cause a number of symptoms,,,please resurch or forum here on that subject,,YOU ABSOLUTLEY NEED A GYNO dont wait another day,,,,he will get you in for a colonoscopy sooner,,I really dont want to scare you worse than I probably have by senerios get a proper diagnosis first God Bless You Best wishes and please keep in touch
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