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Tested Positive For High Risk Hpv
18 yr old female, very low risk. Tested positive for HCV antibody, negative for quantitative RNA test. Further testing necessary? My physician said no
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 tested positive for high risk HPV but negative for the strains that usually cause cancer. So why am i still considered high risk? I'm confused
How accurate are IGG blood test for herpes for person never having an outbreak? Partner tested positive for hsv2.
It depends...: The HSV IgG blood tests are good but not perfect. With the most common test (HerpeSelect®), strong positive (HSV2 index 3.5 or more) is proof of infection, regardless of symptoms. Negative (under 0.9) also is conclusive. Index >1.1 is officially positive, but many results 1.1-3.5 are false. Other IgG tests less well studied. Such uncertainties are why HSV blood tests often are controversial. ...Read more
Need further testing: Hpv infection is very common, and consists of a large family of related viruses. Certain types are considered high-risk in that they are associated with higher rates of cancer. To type these viruses, further testing, called serotyping, must be performed for identification. See you gynecologist or primary care physician for details, and be sure to use condoms during sex. ...Read more
Pap smear-negative for intraepithelial lesion or malignancy but positive in Hpv high risk (16,18,31,33) what does this means? Am I at risk for cancer?
At risk: You simply need to be followed extra close. I am glad you are health conscious, and if you comply, you should be fine. ...Read more
18 yr old female, very low risk. Tested positive for HCV antibody, negative for quantitative RNA test 6 months ago. Further testing necessary now?
HPV: High risk hpv can lead to cervical cancer if ignored. You are already involved with your healthcare. As long as you and your doctor stay on top of the issue and treat abnormalities when they appear, you will most likely never get cancer. Stay involved with your health care. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
You should see them: The HPV strains that are high risk seldom have visible signs, but may show changes on a pap smear or internal exam.The strains that produce genital warts will rarely be un-noticed. In fact their common pattern includes scattered warts on the genital surfaces of the labia or penis. You can certainly acquire more than one HPV strains during sex.The current vaccines cover 2-9 strains. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Recieved brief oral from a girl who tested positive for hsv2 no other contact am i at high risk for gen herpes
No , not true: Most of time cancer of the cervix is due to hpv virus but not all the time, other factors are involved in genesis . Cancer of cervix could be detected early and possible to cure by early diagnosis , by simple regular gyn visits, with pap smear with out requiring any complex test & interments ...Read more
Positive Culture; three years later no outbreaks. Tested negative for HSV 2 twice with Igg blood. And negative with PCR DNA blood. What do I believe?
HSV1: Maybe it is HSV1 you had / were exposed to and not HSV2 ...Read more
Repeat PAP today for ASCUS HPV rfx neg. Test billing had high risk HPV listed. Is that a billing remark or could HPV show up 6 mo? No HPV history.
Billing: that sounds like a billing problem, however I would call and make sure. ...Read more
Partner tested pos for hsv2 3.9 retested with wb results intermediate she tested at 24 weeks past her prev exposure what does this mean for me?
AGCUS pap, negative hpv 16/18/31. Positive mrna for "other" high risk strand. Watery mucus discharge. Should I be worried?
No: Htlv-i and htlv-ii antibodies won't interfere.Get a more detailed answer ›
It's possible: Warts usually are caused by low risk types of HPV. However, when one HPV infection is present, often there also are others, so you could test positive for high risk HPV. The high risk types are actually the most common overall. However, the large majority of high risk HPV infections never go on to cancer; and this is entirely prevented by proper treatment. So no serious worries! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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