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Smelly vagina, do I have hpv?

Human Papilloma. Virus does not normally cause changes to normal vaginal discharges. If you have a change in color, texture, odor or amount of vaginal discharge ; problems such as pain, itching burning with urination or sex or redness/swelling then it is best to see your gynecologist for evaluation ; accurate assessment. Read more...

Does HPV make your vagina smell?

HPV. Hpv is a viral illness that can lead to skin changes on the cervix that can lead to cancer. It does not cause other infections and is not associated with smell. If you have discharge or smell it is most likely from another problem. Read more...

Is it possible to have HPV on anus but not in vagina?

Yes. It is possbile to have genital warts only on and around anus and not have any in the vaginal area. However, for obvious reasons, it will be very easy to spread to vaginal region. Please get treatment asap. Read more...

I was tested for HPV and was negative, but I have warts around my vagina. Does this mean I have HPV?

Maybe, don't worry. Most warts are caused by papillomavirus. Your negative test is reassuring as the high risk strains are usually associated with a positive test. Warts are very common. Most go away by themselves. If many or unsightly you can get treatment from your GYN. You will be having yearly GYN evaluation with PaP smear so the chance of any serious problem is very small. Don't worry. Get yearly follow up. Read more...
Yes. Genital warts are caused by at least 2 strains of HPV and possibly more. Regular skin warts are caused by other HPV strains. What "test" you had to say you were HPV negative is not clear. It may have been an antibody test to detect the high risk/cancer associated strains. Wart strains are not associated with cancer. Read more...
Treat warts&Vaccine. Even though most genital warts are caused by HPV infection.But the only test done routinely for HPV is Pap smear and are being screened for cervical cancer.What that means is that there is no active HPV infection which may cause Cervical Cancer.You can have normal pap & still have genitalia warts.You need to have these warts treated and will need repeat Pap smears&gou&partner get HPV Vaccine. Read more...

I got tested for hpv came back negative but I see a bump on the inner side of my vagina what can it be?

Many possibilities. There are all sorts of bumps and irregularities of the labia minor, vaginal lining, etc. It could still be a genital warts despite your negative HPV test. But probably not; genital warts rarely occur as single bumps, usually several. Various cysts, skin tags, etc are very common as well. You'll need to be examined in person, preferably by the doctor or clinic where your pap and HPV test were done. Read more...