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Background less than 3 of lesbians develop cervical dysplasia, with increasing risk correlating with previous heterosexual activity. Because they are not currently sexually active with men, many lesbians do not perceive themselves to be at risk for developing dysplasia and do not obtain regular papanicolaou smears. The institute of medicine emphasized that data on sexually transmitted infections, pap smear screening, and cervical dysplasia among lesbians were needed to guid despite the considerable number of women in the united states who identify as lesbian, few data exist that address lesbians health needs. Less than 3 of lesbians develop cervical dysplasia, with increasing risk correlating with previous heterosexual activity. Cervical atypia, ranging from mild dysplasia to carcinoma in situ, was detected in four women (2. This group of lesbians had a longer mean interval between routine papanicolau smears (21 months) than did other women using the same clinic facility (eight months). Despite the considerable number of women in the united states who identify as lesbian, few data exist that address lesbians health needs. The institute of medicine emphasized that data on sexually transmitted infections, pap smear screening, and cervical dysplasia among lesbians were needed to guide clinical practice, policy development, and patient education. However, infection with human papillomavirus and cervical dysplasia has been documented in women who have had only female sexual partners. 26, 27 thus, screening measures and recommendations about safer sex should be determined by sexual behaviors and other factors related to the risk of developing cervical dysplasia, rather than by perceptions of sexual orientation. In addition, cervical dysplasia has been reported in lesbians who have not previously had intercourse with men 10. Reproductive health care providers and family planning services should consider that any patient, even one who is pregnant, may be a lesbian or bisexual woman. Promoting cervical cancer screening among lesbians and bisexual women 2 women, 740 bisexual women, and 573 lesbians in the us found a higher prevalence of cervical cancer among bisexual women (2.). Less than 3 of lesbians develop cervical dysplasia, with increasing risk correlating with previous heterosexual activity. The majority of women who currently identify themselves as lesbian have a history of past sexual contact with men, and thus, are at risk for cervical dysplasia abnormal pap smears have been identified among women who have no such history, although the risk in this group is undoubtedly low. 19, 28, 32, 33, 34 marrazzo et al found positive hpv dna tests in 13 of a sample of 248 women who had.

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