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Michael Douglas Hpv
Measurements of vintage hollywood ladies, sophia loren, 38-24-38 marilyn monroe, 36-23-37 ava gardner, 36-23-37. How did they get and keep that fig?
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
Abnormal pap smear result, chart online says A in "Flag" category w/ HSIL. With title "Pap IG, CT-Ng, rfx HPV ASCU what does this mean? Do I have HPV?
Follow up on this!: It is not entirely clear what this line means but let me break it down for you a bit. HSIL stands for high grade squamous intraepithelial lesion. This is one step before cervical cancer and if that's what the pap said, you need a colposcopy and cervical biopsy. CT usually means chlamydia was negative. rfx HPV means reflex HPV in the event that the pap is ASCUS. HPV is positive for most HSIL. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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MA used cancer and auto immune?
You need to consult: us on Healthtap Prime. You have just given anyone access to your personal information. This is a Public Site! ...Read more
35y stage i rectal cancer cured via lar w/ tme & wide margin, post-op biopsy clear of cancer in all 17 lumph nodes. Advice on follow-up & gene tests?
Search internet: Physicians really can't hide from the public. Most state boards of medicine make our information available (online) to the general public. Many online sites collect information on us & republish for you to compare & access. This site (as do most) also gives you access to our practice information including both address & phone. ...Read more
See details: There are many sites on-line that have doctor ratings but these are usually done by patients. Ask your primary care doctor or google the doctor's name. ...Read more
Recently found bill for gf with tests: trachomatis, neisseria, trichomonas, pathologist review, surepath pap. I think she's cheatin. R these routine?
Trust but clarify: These are routine tests. If you are paying out of pocket, it comes as a shock! ask your doctor to inform you about the reasons for these tests. If you know what the tests are for, you can decline what you think are not necessary. This will help you develop a trusting relationship with your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Age 56 female.6 years postmenopausal . transvag.ultrasound shows endometrial thickening 8mm.biopsy? Dr wants one.is this cancer?
Any dr read this destroying the myth about testosterone replacement and prostate cancer
by abraham morgentaler, md, facs introduction by william fa?
Finding a Doctor: Great. You are in the U.S. I do not know your sexuality. But, if you are worried about HIV and other stds please go to http://www.Glma.Org. Put in your zip code and find a male physician close to your location. Go sit with this person and learn all you can about sex and disease. ...Read more
DR said inflammation on EGD was "over read" by pathologist as Barrett's- on 40mg nexium (esomeprazole) 2x day, chance of esophageal cancer? 31 yo, pics attached
Strange: Why did the doctor order an EGD? Did he bother to take a history and do a physical exam first? Why did you go to the doctor? Do you have difficulty swallowing or dyspepsia? Why are you taking Nexium (esomeprazole)? I have NEVER heard of 31 y.o. with Barrett's or esophageal cancer. Doctor's don't get paid to think. They get paid to DO THINGS to patients, such as EGD's. You should ask the doctor some questions. ...Read more
LEEP in Apr. '14, clean margins. Jul. '14 - high grade dysplasia recurs, plus atypical glandular cells. Doc advises hysterectomy. Is this overkill?
NO: If truly recurrent dysplasia and no fertility desired, then this is completely a very good option and will give the best result as far as future prognosis. Consider whether removal of the ovaries too may be in your best interest at 46 yo. Discuss with your GYN. Consider a laparoscopic surgery as this allows return to normal faster - but only by really qualified surgeons - not every GYN knows well. ...Read more
Bonsoir, je veux savoir combien de pourcentage de goudron y a t il dans les poumons après de dix-ans DES cigarettes ?
Combien?: Dix ANS ...Mais combien des cigarettes-un paquet par jour? Avec vingt cigarettes par jour tu accumuleras 200 grams de goudron dans les poumons chaque an. ...Read more
Any recommendations 4 knowledgeable & caring rheumotalogist & endocrinologist in los angeles area within kaiser permanente network?
See details: Go online to kaiser's website or call them directly. Physician recommendations are not a function of this website. ...Read more
Ascus pap w/hpv high risk. Biopsy says ectocerv. Squamous mucosa w/inflm. N reactive changes. What's this indicate? Doc said bact. Vaginosis. I disagr
U/s 17mm uterus, colpscopy & bx came back with hsil &stage 0 bx shows 3&12 o'clock bx? 3 o'clock with mixed mucous what does all mean dr want cone, y?
HGSIL: HGSIL can turn to cancer one of these days. You need treatment. If there is no glandular involvement, laser or freezing the cervix will treat it. If there is glandular involvement then LEEP or cone biopsy will diagnose and treat. Remeber, HPV can cause damage later after treatment so continue seeing your doctor regularly. 17mm lining is normal especially premenstrual. ...Read more
Mother is 65, had pericardiocentesis 500ML. F/U showed some fluid. Dr says perm drain by subxiphoid method. Danger? Risks? How? is proced.life threat
Pericardial effusion: When fluid builds up in the sac around the heart it is called pericardial effusion. Causes include an inflammatory illness, an auto-immune illness, an infection, a tumor, or other reasons. The right treatment would depend on the diagnosis, & may include medicine, drainage (pericardiocentesis), or surgery to remove part of the sac. While this is usually a low risk surgery, it's still surgery. ...Read more