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Hpv Abnormal Pap
I am 43 years old. Ihad a complete hyserectomy about 12 years ago. A year ago i was told that i am high risk hpv.abnormal pap. why?
Two reasons: you have to discuss with your doctor 1) you may have supra-cervical hysterectomy ( means still have cervix ) 2 ) vagina also prone to get malignancy ( Genital HPV infection ) that could be reason. Speak to your Gyn doctor will explain to you and assure you that will need regular follow up care . ...Read more
I have tested positive for high risk HPV & abnormal pap so having colposcopy done. When should you do a repeat pap smear?
Does receieving cryotherapy or LEEP due to hpv/ abnormal pap affect fertility and chances of having kids?
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
High risk hpv. First abnormal pap led biopsy result showed cin1 (condyloma). 6 month followup shows chronic cervicitis with no dyspl. Pls advise. ?
Is 1200 mcg of folic acid a day too much? I have righ risk HPV and an abnormal pap. Is this an okay dose for a short period of time to get rid of hpv
Totally safe!: Folic acid is considered quite safe, in fact doses up to 15, 000 mcg/day are given for certain conditions and see well-tolerated. High doses of folate can mask B12 deficiency so it is wise to take B12 too. High Folic Acid may reduce zinc absorption so you might take zinc too. 1/3 of people can't convert Folic Acid to the active l-5-mthf so taking that form may be esp. Beneficial. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am HPV positive and have abnormal pap results. If/when I have normal results and test negative, will I still pass the virus on to new partners?
Really unknown: There is debate in the medical community about whether an individual remains infectious after HPV infection but now negative tests. Some believe the virus may lie dormant, but undetectable. Prudence would suggest one continues to use condoms with new partners, for protection of both parties. If in a monogamous relationship, no condoms might be ok if both understand infection theoretically possible ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dysplasia: While dysplasia is indeed abnormal, it is not "really bad". You need the appropriate treatment at this time for your dysplasia - the treatment options for your specific situation should be discussed with your doctor. Then you need routine monitoring to make sure treatment was successful and that you were not reinfected. This part of treatment is every bit as important as the initial care. ...Read more
I was just diagnosed with HPV 53 having a abnormal pap smear. What information can you give me about this particular type. How common is it?
Cervix bleeds a little heavier discharge 1 abnormal pap HPV negative culture on discharge shows nothing pap 6 months later normal. What is wrong?
If you were my: Patient in coral springs, fl., i would do a culture for many different organisms , probably more than what was checked for, including std and non std bacteria, i would do a colposcopy of cervix to make sure u do not have chronic cervicitis and to make sure no problems in endocervical canal and do an ultrasound to check the endometrium and u may need an office hysteroscopy that would be complete. ...Read more
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