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Hpv After Hysterectomy
In 2007 i had HPV i did chemio and readition and in 2010 i had a hysterectomy and pryer to that i had a ballard tape done to is they any way i c?
Likely not: The only way to conceive would be if you still have your ovaries and just had the uterus remove. Then you could use ivf to remove your eggs and place the embryos in the uterus of another woman (gestational carrier). However given your age the pregnancy rates would be very lower and likely made lower by any effect of radiation and chemotherapy on the ovaries. ...Read more
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
I'm 46 have had a hysterectomy recently found to have HPV my problem is my areolas have pain when anything is brushed up against them?
Should I get a hysterectomy to prevent any more HPV outbreaks? I do not want any more HPV drama and it has made me very depressed. I am 24 yr old
No hysterectomy: Consult with your gynecologist & seriously consider counseling with a psychiatrist or psychologist. Hysterectomy does not cure HPV which can affect more than your uterus. Sympathies for your HPV problems which are making you depressed but both problems need to be addressed. Good Luck ...Read more
Is there an alternative for severe stage 2 cystocele other than mesh? I am an athlete, mom of 4, post hysterectomy from HPV 4 yrs, & only 36. Help!
Yes: Mesh is definitely not your only option. Doctors can suspend vagina wall from the inside/abdomen as well. If it were me, and i were 36 years of age, i would not recommend vaginal mesh in you. You are way too young. Of course pessary is an option too, in the meantime while you make a decision. Or for long term. See a urogynecologist, board certified, to make sure you are in the best hands. ...Read more
Colonoscopy = HPV, pap smear = HPV, waiting on Dr. referral but very confused and scared. Have had hysterectomy 6+ years ago. Advise?
Knowledge is power: Learning about your health issues and problems early can make you do the right things. You can take precautions and can remain well. Do not be scared of HPV, now that you have it, because it often resolves if your immune system is healthy. More than 90 percent of such infections disappear with time. So live well now, eat healthy and exercise daily . This is all part of adopting a Healthy Lifestyle ...Read more
Pap smears and HPV always came back normal. Had a complete hysterectomy in 2009 due to fibroid tumor. Do i still need to have paps done yearly?
2nd POS High Risk HPV pap in 6 months. Sex active 64 yo. Hysterectomy recommended - could not get cervical tissue for biopsy in August. Other options?
I am a 44 year old woman. I have the HPV virus and had a hysterectomy 6 years ago- kept my ovaries. I am having night sweats and hot flashes so I beli?
My mother had cervical cancer caused by hpv. she later had a hysterectomy at age 34 after i was born. is it possible i contracted hpv from her?
Does this ever get easier? After 2 lumpectomies and radiation for dcis... (believe me when i say i was in the right place at the right time) and appreciate all that's been done for me! now looking at a complete hysterectomy for persistent HPV with (mi
Wow, : Wow, it sounds as though you have been through a lot! many people who have chronic illnesses or have been through serious illnesses can have residual anxiety and/or depression stemming from their experiences. It may be helpful to you to have someone to talk to while you are dealing with all of these very stressful situations. The worry, the crying, the avoiding other people, the pain from clenched muscles make me concerned that you are experiencing either anxiety, depression or both. You should call your doctor to let them know how you are feeling. I promise you, you are not the first! they may be able to refer you to a psychologist or psychiatrist that may be able to give you the support and tools that you need in order to deal with everything you've been going through in a healthier, happier way. This is way more common than many people think, so don't hesitate to get help! ...Read more
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