Our expert says:
Doderlein bacilli are part of the normal bacterial flora of the vagina. There is often inflammatory cells present depending on when the smear was taken in relation to menstruation. This does not necessarily imply an infection. Endocervical cells are normal and should be seen in a pap smear. In the abscence of endocervical cells the pap smear would be inadequate. So your smear was perfectly normal.
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