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Cin 1 Hpv
person has cin 1 hpv touch their or someone's genitals w/o thinking touch their eye or inside nose quickly r they waiting for cancer in their nose ?
Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infection. There are over 100 different types of HPV that causes warts in different areas of the body. HPV is incredibly common and almost all sexually active men and women get it during their lifetime. Most of the time HPV does not cause any symptoms or complications. However, A limited number of these HPV viruses are pathogenic and if not monitored carefully can be responsible for causing cervical and penile cancer. Some of these viruses have been ...Read more
Unfortunately... yes: Hpv is often (not always) transmitted sexually. The good news: it can lie dormant and never return. The bad: there are several forms of hpv that can cause anything from genital warts to pre-cancerous lesion to cancer. By using protection with your partner(s), you can help decrease the possible transmission and possibility of having hpv of any type show up again in future pap smears. ...Read more
Safety in numbers: In the pre-vaccine era serum studies of college juniors showed as many as 70% of women carried evidence of hpv. Once acquired, the germ can fade from view & resurface years later, with or without treatment. Newborns have been known to pick up hpv & develop vocal cord warts, yet these are rare. The fact that this is so common & most people go on with a nl life should be a comfort. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What to do if I had some pap smear results back it said something about HPV CIN 1 and cin3 hsil what does all this mean?
Cancer precursors: HPV/CIN1 means low grade cervical cancer dysplasia or low grade cancer precursor lesions. CIN3/HSIL means high grade cervical dysplasia or high grade cancer precursor lesions. HSIL is a potentially serious process that should not be ignored. Would be good to follow up with an OB/GYN doc who performs colposcopy (a detailed exam of the cervix/vagina under a magnifying lens). Biopsy is likely. ...Read more
I've had HPV CIN 1 show up on my pap smears for the past 5 yrs or more. Should I seek treatment or wait to see if it regress or progress into cancer?
CIN 1 after positive for HPV high risk 6 months ago.Immunocompromissed due Liver transplant, hbp and CKD stage 3. Prognosis and possible treatment?
Ask your doc...: Please prepare a list of questions or concerns that you may have and bring it to see the doctor who has been monitoring your liver transplant, drug use, and general health since s/he should know more about your individual conditions than anyone online. To properly handle any daily health issues, follow instructions described in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html. Best wish ... ...Read more
Hi - is HPV permanent? If I have CIN 1 its for the rest of my life? Is there anything to treat it or too late? Thanks
Cervix and HPV: No it is not too late. It is just on time and you got the appropriate screening test. This test shows you have the potential to get cancer, not that you have cancer. The doctors now should under coloposcopy examine the tissue, biopsy or otherwise treat the abnormal cells and then watch you on a regular basis with follow up pap smears. I would also highly recommend the hpv vaccine. ...Read more
Chronic cervicitis: HPV 16 and 18 are most commonly associated with cervical cancer. You should be evaluated by a GYN to be certain there are no additional STIs involved and then assessed for the type of treatment. Conization may be indicated, or possibly more extensive surgery. You should also receive the HPV vaccine. Good luck. ...Read more