Sometimes no specific treatment is recommended, especially for women who are not symptomatic. However, if the person presents pain, complications, and specific symptoms like vaginal discharge or leucorrhoea, bleeding after intercourse and problems with urine flow, undergoing specific treatment is recommended to prevent possible infections and other complications.
A few treatments include taking specific medications, cervical cautery or laser cauterization. On the other hand, women that have this infection and still are not sexually active, should research and take control of their health. Now, any irregular result on a pap smear must be treated to avoid the risk of contracting cervical cancer or other infections.