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On cervical biopsy what does ectocervical squamous mucosa w/ inflammation and reactive changes mean? I'm HPV high risk pos. Also.
No worries: You'll need a pap in a year. Those findings are very normal and not concerning. ...Read more
HPV: HPV is a very common virus and there are many strains. Only a few of them are associated with cervical cancer for the female. Once you have the virus it will stay in your system. There is no treatment for the virus. The best prevention at this time is to get the HPV vaccine prior to sexual activity to prevent you from contracting the virus. Screening pap smears is important to look for changes. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Should I worry about catching hpv if I become intimate w/ someone before getting all 3 shots? (I've had 1 and will get all 3, but that takes 6 months)
Too long, don't wait: Congratulations for a responsible approach to sexual safety, and for being immunized against HPV. The vaccine is highly protective 1 mo. after 2nd dose (2 mo total) -- not quite as good as 3 doses, but close. Also, bad outcomes are rare from any single HPV infection, and condoms reduce risk. So don't let HPV overly dominate romance and rewarding sex. I don't think you need wait 6 months. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How is HPV contracted? PAP came back "inadequate" & NEG for HPV 16, 18 & POS for 31-68. Only have 1 partner. What happens now w/ me & my partner? :(
You don’t have HPV: Your pap result indicate that you are negative for HPV meaning that you don’t have it. In this case nothing happens to you since you don’t have HPV. HPV is transmitted sexually. An “inadequate” results means that there were not enough cells to determine if the cells themselves were normal or not. Since HPV testing was normal there is not likely to be cause for alarm ...Read more
Question about HPV I am a 42 year old male. My former partner had an abnormal pap 4 years ago which the dr said was hpv, though didn't specify a type. Her subsequent followups and next 3 annuals came back clean, and i've never had any symptoms myself.
Let : Let me start by saying that approximately 1/3 people carry the hpv virus. Most of those people don't have signs or symptoms and may never know. There are 100's of types of hpv, the most dengerous causing cervical cancer in women; there are other types which cause genital warts. The cancer risk in men in much lower than women; the types that most commonly affect men are rectal and throat. We can safely assume based on history your partner is a carrier of the hpv virus, fortunately for her she has had 3 normal paps and therefore showing no cervical changes. To answer your question, hpv can be passed by oral sex and even genital to genital contact. In order to fully protect yourself a condom should be used with all sexual activity (oral and vaginal) from start to finish. ...Read more
Does my cancer risk increase if i've been diagnosed w/ HPV then reoccurance to hsil two years apart?
Not necessarily: I presume u have a DX of hpv (human papillovirus) which, unfortunately, occurs commonly soon after onset sexual activity in women. There's a higher risk of cervical cancer, so young women (<26) r targeted for the vaccine. I believe ur asking that 2 yrs later an episode of herpes simple 2 (us. Vaginal ulcers) occurred. Am not sure if that further increases risk. But check with an expert. Safe sex! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Low risk but some: There is a low risk of any issues with hpv in a newborn.This germ does not enter babies blood but might be passively acquired at delivery.There are recorded episodes of some who had genital lesions where infants with genital or vocal cord lesions develop in infancy.Inactive hpv is usually ignored.Some would do a c-section if genital lesions were active. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am 39. 6 months ago i had an ascu pap result with neg. Hpv. Just had another w same result . It said "unspec. Cells rare." course of action?
Nothing immediate to: This pap test says that you have no indications of cancer or precancer cells. So you can relax and not be too concerned. You should follow the advice of your gynecologist who had done your pap tests...What is his/her advice? Share with us. From my perspective you should do your follow up pap tests once yearly, yet I am curious about the advice of your gynecologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
2 LGSIL Positive Paps, 1 w/ HPV, 2nd w/o HPV, (6 mos between), last pap normal, when should I follow up to confirm everything settled? Symptoms worse.
?PAP??worse: Please clarify the PAP results and what is"worse"???- If it is pain: YOU UST BE EXAMINED ASAP ...Read more
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