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Vulvar Vestibular Papillomatosis
Yes!: I see it all the time in my practice. It's important that an experienced GYN make the diagnosis, because it can be confused with condyloma by inexperienced clinicians. Also, the papillations can become more prominent when the tissues are inflamed, like with a yeast infection. Hope that helps! ...Read more
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I know self diagnosing over google is bad but im almost 100% certain that I've got this. Vestibular papillomatosis? What causes this? Is it curable?
Not how it works: You are asking for an essay on an app where we have 400 characters to respond. In my experience nine times out of ten my patients self diagnosis is wrong. In medicine you can bring the worry to your doctor but you always start with your specific symptoms. Best to ask us about your symptoms then to presume a diagnosis. ...Read more
Is vestibular papillomatosis misdiagnosis of genital warts? Aldara cream treated for Vestibular papillae make the vestibular papillomatosis worsts?
Be checked. ..: Apparently, you would like someone online to tell you precisely what you referred to. But in reality no one can do so but guess without more history stressing sequence of events and a direct look at them + testing as needed. How to do so? Please follow the instructions described in https://ebettercare. Com/feel-become-sick/. All the best to health... ...Read more
Vestibular papillomatosis. What causes it and what can I do to get rid of it? (i know it does not require treatment but I want it)
Try to restrain: This is simply an extreme version, what we call hypertrophy, of normal anatomic features. There is no medical treatment and I would not recommend surgical removal because it very well may be ineffective and could create problems and scarring that are worse than what you have. ...Read more
Is vestibular papillomatosis contagious? They are itchy and burn a little. Can I get treatment for this and is it dangerous/ harmful?
Normal: Vestibular papilomatosis is a normal variant that often gets mistaken for hpv condyloma or genital warts. An experienced gynecologist can visually see the difference but often a biopsy is needed to prove it. If the diagnosis is confirmed then no treatment is needed since this is normal and not contagious. ...Read more
Vulvar variant: Vulvar papillomatosis is a now considered a normal variant of vulvar anatomy. They are small projections at the base of the vagina above the anus. Sometimes they have an appearance that can be confused with genital warts. A skilled examiner or a vulvar biopsy can confirm the diagnosis. Treatment is generally not needed unless itching and irritation is a problem. ...Read more
I have bumps on the inside of my labia minora they look exactly like vulvar vestibulae papillomatosis. What else could they be?!
Could be: They are pretty common and they often are misdiagnosed as genital warts. They are a variation of normal anatomy and do not require treatment ...Read more
I found something in my vagina. I browsed google images until I found an identical picture, it was called vestibular pappilomatosis. Should I worry?
If your diagnosis is correct, the finding is a variation of normal vulvar/vaginal anatomy and is not a disease. When you see your doctor next time discuss it with her/him. You may consult this site for information on this topic.
http://www. Nejm. Org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMicm076056
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Practice safe sex.
Get HPV vaccine. ...Read more
HPV: Human papilloma virus (hpv) causes papillomas on the vocal cords in infants and older children. Please discuss the likely method of acquisition and any treatment with your child's doctor. There are over 60 strains of hpv that can cause laryngeal papillomatosis. Perhaps in the future the hpv vaccine might be able to provide some measure of prevention. ...Read more
See: Http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/diseases-conditions/hpv-infection/basics/tests-diagnosis/con-20030343Get a more detailed answer ›
Confluent and reticulated papillomatosis I guess I have it how should I get rid of it any home remedies or any natural ways. Pls help me out?
See below: It is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without taking additional history, physical examination and may be some tests. It would be prudent to see your doctor. ...Read more
Not that I can find: In a literature search, but there was concern that the human papillomavirus strains that may cause the condition could be spread by people sharing joints or pipes. If you have this and use marijuana, you should not share with anyone else, or use anything from someone else's mouth. ...Read more
Superficial fragments of oesophagel mucosa lined by stratified squamous epithelium showing mild acanthosis and papillomatosis. Please explain?
Fancy med talk: I just looked up in a medical dictionary: acanthosis means a thickening of a layer of the mucosa of the esophagus. This can be seen with chronic inflammation (like with reflux disease). The word papillomatosis refers to papilla or projection of tissue sticking out. This can occur if there is chronic injury to the tissue and regeneration. Please ask your GI doctor to take the time to review this. ...Read more
Stratified epithelium showing mild acanthosis, hyperkeratosis and mild papillomatosis. Cell shows moderate anisonucleosis. Am I having skin cancer?
Ortho etc: Those are 3 different things. With different etioligies. Did someone tell you that you have all 3, or did you look it up??? ...Read more
The result from my biopsy has come and I have asortho/parakeratosis, papillomatosis and acanthosis on the heel of my foot. This has been on my foot for 7 years. Mydoctor has never heard of it. What should I do?
Wart: The pathology report is suggestive of a wart. There should be some kiolocytosis in the wart. Hyperkeratosis from chronic rubbing can produce a similar pathology. ...Read more
Some skin changes appear inside my labia minora and im afraid they can be HPV related warts. Can they be just squamous papillomatosis?
Yes: An examination is required to make a diagnosis. ...Read more
Vertigo: Vestibular neuritis, can be a paroxysmal, single attack of vertigo, a series of attacks, or a persistent condition which diminishes over three to six weeks. It is a type of unilateral vestibular dysfunction and may be associated with nausea, vomiting, and previous upper respiratory tract infections. It generally has no auditory symptoms, unlike labyrinthitis. ...Read more
Vestibular neuritis: Treatment during the acute vertigo stage with steroids has shown to improve acute phase symptoms but not long term symptoms. Anti nausea, anti histamine, and benzodiazepines can treat the symptoms. Alongside medicine therapy vestibular exercises hasten recovery. Hope this helps. ...Read more
"Good vibrations"?: Vulvar vibrations can be pulsations of blood going through the area normally, or evidence of sexual arousal which would lead to the Beach boys song of the same title. ...Read more
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