Thanks for the query.
A pap smear is a preliminary screening test to detect cervical cancer. It can be categorised into normal and abnormal pap smear.
An abnormal report can be due to n infection of the cervix or cancer cervix on CIN or even invasive cancer.
A finding of bubbles and liquid up there is a vague statement and does not imply anything.
It is not right to term it as cancer as well. Kindly ask for a printed copy of the report of the pap smear and write back to us to help you better.
Hope this was helpful.
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