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    Are there any symptoms associated with high grade abnormalities?

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  • Prof Jonathan Carter

    Gynaecological Oncologist

    Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, The University of Sydney Head Sydney Gynaecologic Oncology Group, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Head Gynaecology Services, Sydney South West … View Profile

    CIN, or dysplasia, which is precancer, causes no symptoms. It is only detected by a pap smear, and that's the rationale for the women to pop along every two years to have a pap smear. So there are no symptoms, no signs associated with a pap smear abnormality.

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