HPV is the leading cause of cervical dysplasia, a catch-all term for weird cells in the cervix. Cervical dysplasia is a crucial risk factor for cervical cancer, but it does not mean that cancer will change. Beneficially, cervical cancer is slow-growing, routinely taking years to nurture, and its originator, cervical dysplasia, is only sensed as part of dull Pap tests. Different squamous cells of cautious significance (ASCUS) is the most common strange Garbage test result. It means just what is says: something rare is existent, which could be precancerous and/or it power be cervical dysplasia, or not. The characteristic recommendations are to repeat the Pap test in six months and “wait and see” if something develops.