In the past, HPV31 was also positive. Cervical CIN / / / / / / conization was performed. Recheck after three years! This time, your high-risk HPV31 is positive. There is a small problem with liquid-based cells. It is an atypical squamous cell. Is it unclear? Is the doctor serious? Could it be cancer? How to treat it now? What else to do?
Hello, according to your description, cervical conization was performed three years ago. Now there is still HPV virus infection in the re examination. TCT examination has atypical squamous cells, which can not make clear the significance. It is suggested that a colposcopy should be performed. If necessary, cervical biopsy, and then the next treatment plan should be determined according to the biopsy results.
HPV inspection report is relatively simple. Generally, it will list three items. First, it will show whether HPV is infected, then show whether HPV low-risk type is infected, and then show the genotype of infection, and then show what HPV high-risk type is infected. If the infection will show the genotype of infection, your inspection is normal. You should do regular inspection