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i wanna ask. my doctor said me i have cin 2 and chronic inflamattion, but no hpv. can chronic inflamation do cin 2/ dysplasia? what i do now? i scare

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Dr. Tony Ho
Dr. Tony Ho answered
14 years experience Infectious Disease
Wait: Cin 2 is dysplasia, and can be caused by chronic inflammation, yes. Risk factors are high-risk hpv, smoking, early pregnancy, multiple partners, or immunodeficiency. While it sounds scary, 50% of cin2 will regress spontaneously at 2 years; your doctor will determine whether it needs to be treated now, usually with a fairly minor laser or freezing procedure (depending on size).
Answered on Oct 18, 2016

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