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abnormal paps for the last 2 years

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I have had with hpv pos and neg results. I have two colposcoys and have my period 2-3 times a month. I am on a progesteron only birth control pill to help my period not be so severe and it is making them more freguent and longer! I am worried my drs arent testing for the right things! I am 31 and have 3 children. I have high blood pressure. what can I do?

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replied January 21st, 2011
Menstruation Answer A18756
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Abnormal PAP smears along with history of prolonged vaginal bleeding could be indicative of serious issues. Please consider visiting another gynecologist for a second opinion (examination, repeat PAP smear and colposcopy) and proceed further with definitive treatment as your results indicate. You might also need hormonal analysis to rule out hormonal problems responsible for the altered bleeding. Keep monitoring blood pressure and be on regular treatment and follow-up to keep it under control.
Take care.

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