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Are there tests to diagnose HPV for men? My girlfriend told me she has hpv. I don't have any symptoms, but am worried i might get it. How can I find out if I have hpv?
There : There isn't a standardized screening/ blood test for men. ...Read more
Human papillomavirus after being diagnose with hpv, i notice something down "there" which i think by feeling it, i see like bumps only on one area. But it does not look like warts because i looked all over online to identified what it was but it does not
Hello about four months ago i been diagnose with HPV . A few weeks ago i saw white spots on top of my vagina. Is this cause from the hpv? I so worried
I completed my HPV vaccination last year, am i having higher possibilities to diagnose with oral cancer if i lick her every time before our moments?
Of course,: Yes--if she is infected. Vaccines are not 100%. Safe sex includes no transfer or direct contact with another's bodily fluids. Use a dental dam if you are unsure or if she has tested positive for hpv. Remember, not all hpv infections lead to cancer, need to consider frequency of exposure when determining risk. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have a bump on outer lip of vagina it stings been tested at planned parenthood and came out negative it goes away in days and when I itch it goes to different spot last two years diagnose with HPV?
A few months ago my doctor diagnose me with hpv-chlamydia, told me to take folic acid 800 mcg twice a day. Is there any other medication i could take?
Should i get tested for HPV even if i dont have symptoms?It very rarely causes anything bad so getting diagnosed might cause more worry than its worth
Excellent point: Over 90% of people worldwide carry HPV so you could consider this "normal". Adding the stress of testing and positive results for a virus this common may add undue stress to people for no particular gain. Self examination of the genitals is probably more important. If warts or skin discolorations occur, that is when testing for high risk strains of HPV may be helpful. ...Read more
No cure: Currently, there is no cure for hpv, only treatments & because it is transmitted through skin-to-skin contact, condoms will not always protect you from this either. Treatment is aimed at finding the precancerous cells and removing them before they turn into cancer. We can't remover the virus just watch for early changes leading up to cancer in high risk types of hpv. Types 16 and 18 cause most. ...Read more
If your partner was diagnosed with HPV, my understanding is that it is fairly certain that you also have HPV. Do I now remain a carrier for life?
Probably not: HPV DNA often persists in tissues, but the actual frequency isn't known. However, the immune system suppressive active viral infection within a year or two, and most people never have another problem, even if DNA persists. For practical purposes, the infection is cured. Most people with HPV are not "carriers for life". You'll probably never have a problem and won't infect future partners. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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