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If I've been diagnosed with all 14 of the bad strands of HPV, what are my chances of having cancer. It's been 15 years since last pap

Pap smear. It is extremely important you go in and have and exam as well as a Pap smear. Your chances of having dysplasia or carcinoma of the cervix are higher than the general population. Please don't put this off any longer. See your doctor. Read more...
Here are some... Since life is a one-way street of accumulation, modification, and continuation, for your personal scenario, all you can and must do is to do PAP more diligently and vigilantly than the average women. So, ask your gyn-doc timely. Besides, practicing healthy lifestyle without overindulgence & obsession as described in http://formefirst.com/eMagicPowerUHL.html... Read more...

I'm 17 year old female with genital warts. What are my chances of them going away and being cured? What are my chances of having cancer?

Genital warts. Are caused by a low risk virus. This does not cause cancer. Usually in 2-5 years your body will fight off the virus and then the warts will usually stay away. There are simple treatments your doctor can do in the office for genital warts though they may need to be treated several times. Read more...
High and low. The chance of cure is over90% even with no treatment. The chance of having cervical cancer even with persistent hpv is low. The important thing is to continue your follow-up exams and paps. That will show if and when the hpv is causing a problem that warrants treatment. Read more...

What are my chances of having skin cancer? Is it common?

Very. If you are light-skinned and have a lot of sun exposure, you can almost expect to get skin cancer. Keep an eye on your skin, and have someone help for where you can't see. Best wishes. Read more...

What are my chances of having liver cancer as a result of having hemochromatosis?

Small. The risk is quite small, you are young and will need to have a number of phlebotomies to remove the excess iron. Keep up with that and that is the best you can do. Read more...
Are you compliant? If you are getting phlebotomy and keeping your ferritin where it should be, your risk is low. If not, and you're iron-overloaded, you are setting yourself up for cancer. I can't give you the percentage odds and neither can anyone else even if they are very familiar with you. But they're high enough to want to avoid. Read more...

I got surgically treated 4 br abscess. I am non lactating. What are my chances of having breast cancer in future.?

Breast abscess. Breast abscess has no significant impact on your risk of breast cancer. For all practical intents and purposes, your risk of breast cancer is the same as it was before the diagnosis of your breast abscess. Only if the breast abscess became chronic would it significantly impact your risk of breast cancer by a small amount. Read more...
Same. Having an abscess will not increase your risks of having breast cancer. You still have about one chance in 9 of getting breast cancer. Things like family history and history of previous breast lesions may increase your risk. Read more...
Unrelated. Simple breast abscess does not usually associated with breast cancer. However, some breast cancer can get infected and cause abscess. Any concern should address with ur surgeon. Read more...

What my percentage chance of having lung cancer from smoking for the past 5 years?

Small. If you've only been smoking for 5 years, it's unlikely you'd develop lung cancer just because of that behavior. If you're concerned about lung cancer, i strongly suggest you quit. However, if you don't want to quit, it's unlikely you will. Good luck. Read more...
Relatively low . But rising every day! quit while you can and you can get back on track of survival close to your age peer group by avoiding smoking for the next 8-10 years. Read more...