Abnormal Smear

Cervical dysplasia is the growth of abnormal cells around the cervix (entrance to the uterus). These cells are seen when your pap smear are examined. Although this condition is not cancer, there is a small risk that these cells could become cancerous. If you get an abnormal smear result, your GP refers you to a specialist to have a colposcopy or the visual examination of your cervix under a colposcope.


  • Pap Smear result of CIN1, 2, 3
  • Post coital bleeding
  • Abnormal looking cervix


  • Sometimes no treatment is needed as the condition may improve by itself
  • Removal of abnormal cells via wire loop excision or laser treatment