Symptoms of lsil - Doctor answers
I'm HPV positive with LSIL. Should I tell my bf that I have HPV? I already showed him my LSIL result.
HPV: HPV is a very common virus. It is probably more dangerous for women than men. You are wise to keep a close watch on this with your GYN. It would be best to inform your boyfriend and all sexual partners that you have HPV. Use of a condom can help prevent it's spread. If you BF were to develop condylomata they can be easily treated with cryotherapy, laser ablation or excision. ...Read more
Should I tell my bf of 8 months that I recently received a HPV positive result? He told me he was clean but does not seem scared of LSIL result.
Probably should tell: HPV causing abnormal pap usually is harmless in men. He may already know or assume you have HPV; it's the only cause of LSIL. He should be on the lookout for genital warts, and at least for that reason you should make sure he understands. There's no need to take precautions against transmission to him; he's already been repeatedly exposed and probably infected, or maybe was the source of your HPV. ...Read more
Will my body eventually suppress HPV? I am 24 years old with recently diagnosed HPV (January, 2015), LSIL from December 24, 2014.Chances of eradication?
See below: Your immune system can control viral replication but elimination of dysplastic lesions is the goal in treating squamous intraepithelial lesions (SILs). There are generally two options after the diagnosis of low-grade squamous intraepithelial lesions has been confirmed by biopsy: follow up with repeat Pap tests every 4-6 months, or local excision such as LEEP biopsy ...Read more
Yes: Lsil (low grade squamous intraepithleal lesion) is a low grade category which includes hpv (human papilloma virus effect), mild dysplasia (cin-i) and often the cytology can be difficult to interpret if there is a lot of inflammation. So yes, a recent herpes infection if on the cervix can obscure the results and reflex to lsil (lgsil). Either way, you'll get follow-up, just follow your doc's plan. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possibly.: Pap smears detect many things. What they are looking for is cancerous cells which have been infected by the human papillomavirus or hpv. Other infections are seen, like chlamydia, and herpes. These can alter the appearance of cells, resulting in a mistaken diagnosis, or they can appear together. Therefore patients usually get treated for something like herpes and go for another pap. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The report states that the tissue did not have any serious issues.
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Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
24yo. Became sex. Active @ 22yrs-1partner. 1.5yrs ago had a pap, showed LSIL. Lost insur. So I didn't get another. Could I have cancer now? No cigs.
Doubtful...but: The cases of cervical cancer I've seen over the years have always been in women who had a bad pap but never came in for the recommended follow-up. So I always worry about women who disappear after a bad pap. Most states have a program that pays for the follow-up for women without insurance. However, the absolute risk of cervical cancer at age 24 after an LSIL pap is very low. Best wishes! ...Read more
My interpretation 10/06/2012 low grade intraepithelial lesio (LSIL) review by pathologist moderated inflamation II+ do I need to worry I having pain?
It could: These are too different things. LGSIL means that abnormal cells were seen on the pap smear. Your HPV test looked for specific types of High risk HPV. It does not test for all kinds of HPV. Regardless the management is the same. The next step is a microscope exam of the cervix called a Colposcopy. ...Read more
My daughter is 19 received abnormal pap now has had another she has lsil HPV is there a complete cure?
Unindicated testing: It's not recommended for young women to have pap smears until the age of 21. The reason for this is exactly what is is happening to your daughter. There is too high of a rate of abnormal readings that are not important to her long term health. I suggest she see a gynecologist who keeps up with the latest testing guidelines. ...Read more
My papsmear result says Doderlein bacilli and at least LSIL, cannot exclude CIN1 _2/HSIL Will be able to have children.
Cervical biopsy is negative. I have HPV and had a LSIL 4 months ago. Does this mean that it cleared? Over read? I also have warts. 24 years old
Follow it: LSIL comes and goes. Keep an eye on it. The biopsy also may have missed a tiny patch. Do comply with recommended management and you'll be safe. These are good questions. ...Read more