I had a cone biopsy done a couple of years back due to a dysplasia caused by HPV. The papanicolau test last year showed there was no injury. I just did a papanicolau this week and the result says “Moderate dysplasia suggesive, Class IIIA”.
The doctor told me have a biopsy done. I was told that it was very unlikely that the dysplasia came back after the cone biopsy. How should I proceed?
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