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History Of Hpv
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
Performed one-time vaginal oral sex on HPV positive woman. She has history of abnormal pap (non cancer) with this HPV. My chances of HPV contraction?
Besides low-risk strains of HPV & secondary stage of syphilis, are there any other possible causes for genital warts?
Here are some...: Genital wart is specific for HPV-infected skin lesions. Known to us, one with one kind of STD has higher likelihood to have other kinds of STD coming along. Specific for HPV, many of the HPV-infected may remain asymptomatic and in 2-3 years, they become clear if no reinfection occurs. More? Ask the treating Doc for detail. ...Read more
Pretty much: Almost everybody with that stuff has one or more of the high-risk strains on board. I'm glad for the immunizations. ...Read more
What are my chances of getting lymphoma? 26 y/o f. Healthy. No family history of any type of cancer?
Had one-time oral sex on HPV positive/immunocompromised (no HIV) woman. She had history of abnormal pap (non cancerous). Chances of HPV contraction?
Does having a past occurence of one type of HPV provide *any* level of immunity for other types of hpv?
What are the chances of a woman with high risk HPV cervical dysplasia history transmitting it to the male by oral sex.
Most risk with 16/18: Squamous carcinoma of the anus is most often mediated / caused by infection with high risk hpv (in both men and women). There more than 10 types of hpv that are 'high risk'. Of those, types 16 and 18 are most strongly associated with progression to invasive cancer. In general, rectal cancers are not caused by hpv infections. ...Read more
HPV types: Some HPV types are more commonly associated with warts and others with cancers but this is not an absolute distinction. Warts can go bad and develop into cancers in the genital, anal and oral areas. This is why the vaccines include several virotypes. But even then there are many less common types not included which also cause disease ...Read more
A 21 year old with a history of alcohol and smoking abuse. What are the chances of developing esophageal cancer at this age ?
What are the chances of a 26 year old with no family history of colon cancer and no genetic disorders having colorectal cancer or polyps?
Very low: However, I am curious why you ask. I suspect it is because of rectal bleeding (mentioned in your conditions), which is a medical problem you need to get evaluated right away, to find out what is causing it. Please see your doctor for a complete history and physical, and to get properly evaluated for your rectal bleeding and any other medical problems you may have. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possibility of stomach cancer at 18 years age? No family history of cancer, no alcohol, no tobacoo.
Very unlikely: If you have some symptoms, problems or dietary changes- talk to your family doc or see an internist. They can help you determine the problem. Cancer in an 18 yo is so unlikely without risk factors, it's as close to zero as it can get. Risks include diet, nationality, certain prior illnesses. Discuss all this w pcp. ...Read more
Here are ...: Seeing newly developed bumps of variable size and elevation with no discomfort mainly on the penis, occasionally at urethral opening, around anus, or rarely even in the throat, depending on personal sex lifestyle. At times, one may feel some burning urination since concomitant STD-urethritis by gono / chlamydia may happen. Detail? Ask Doc timely. ...Read more
What would be cause of constant deep pelvic pain, brown discharge and history of HPV in postmenopausal female?
See your doctor!: This sounds like some sort of internal infection, probably not related to HPV. However, if you have not been having pap smears over the years, cervical cancer could cause such symptoms. Other cancers also are possible. Whatever the cause of these symptoms, it is potentially serious. Please see your doctor as soon as you can get an appointment. ...Read more
6 weeks postpartum having vaginal pain and pain in lower back left side and some discharge history of HPV but was cleared up what is causing this?
Never smoked/drank; no family history, no HPV. Had clean cancer screening July 30, 2014. 37 Yr old male. Are my chances slim for oral cancer?
Probably: Absent family history, absence of alcohol/smoking (including pot)/drug use, and/or chronic irritation from anything sharp, occurrence of oral cancer is rare. To be sure, however, have regular dental check-ups with appropriate x-Rays which includes an oral cancer screening exam. In other words, have a Pro check you regularly. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
History of HPV BV constant utis and yeast infections. Should i see a urologist? Or is the HPV causing these infections to happen over and over.
Past history as teen:chylmdia HPV no warts&no blocked tubes y im not conceiving? Im 19yrs now ready 4 a family.Please help!
Time for consult: If you have been having unprotected sex with your partner for more than a year & not conceived, a workup at a fertility center may be the best way to find answers. Both you & your partner will need to be evaluated. Your regular OB can sometimes start the process but the center can study you both & provide information on assisted pregnancy if needed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can man who does not have HPV get it by a woman who has a history of high risk HPV cervical dysplasia by her giving him just oral sex.
Endometrial cells on PAP 10 days after normal period. No history of irreg bleed. HPV+ Biopsy done. 50yrs old pre-menopausal. How worried should I be?
Pap and HPV: EM cells on a pap have a low but increasing with age association with endometrial neoplastic or pre-neoplastic changes. In early cycle phase, the risk is even lower. HPV positivity however is more of a concern at your age, but still the risk of cancer being present is very far from 100%, but enough to warrant the biopsy. If that is negative, you should stay in contact for follow-up. ...Read more
Repeat PAP today for ASCUS HPV rfx neg. Test billing had high risk HPV listed. Is that a billing remark or could HPV show up 6 mo? No HPV history.
Billing: that sounds like a billing problem, however I would call and make sure. ...Read more
Bright white spot on a pelvic ultrasound is? History of CSA, exposure to HPV 15y ago, relatives w cancer, urine retention no uti, post coital bleeding
Ultrasound results: that sounds inconclusive at this point. More information would be needed. Follow up with your physician for the results and a final course of action. ...Read more
Swollen left lingual tonsil for awhile causes a tickle in my ear when i swallow i'm 30 non smoker HPV history also had a root canal on that side 2 mos ago?
I have 2 anal legions that have reduced in size over the last several weeks but have not totally gone away? History of hemorhoids. Could this be hpv?
See your doctor: Symptoms like these have to be evaluated in real-time by your physician. He/she has access to your examination, laboratrory data and many other diagnostic tests to get to the bottom of what's going on and offer you help. ...Read more
I have history of LEEP 10 yr ago, normal paps since then but all say "reactive cellular changes assoc w/ inflam" neg HPV tests. What is going on??
HPV+, normal pap b4 hyst. No history of mod-high cin. Had total hyst for bil cysts (benign) norm path. Told no need for paps anymore. Is this normal?
HPV+, normal pap b4 hyst. No history of mod-high grade cin. Had total hyst for bil cysts (benign), norm path. Told no more paps needed.Is this normal?
Yes: After total hysterectomy including removal of the cervix, Paps only need to be continued if the hysterectomy was done because of cervical cancer or "precancer". I would not consider having a positive HPV test but no positive Pap a precancer. I would recommend no further Pap tests are needed. Best wishes:) ...Read more