What does "Candida yeasts are seen" mean on a PAP smear report?
This simply means that you have a fungal infection of the vagina and this was incidentally picked up on your routine pap smear (which is meant to be a screening test for cervical cancer).
This vaginal infection can be treatment with an appropriate antifungal medication either orally or via an intravaginal pessary or both. You may then wish to concurrently start taking some oral probiotics to increase your naturally immunity against lower genital tract infections especially if these infections are recurrent.
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