If total hyst but still abnormal pap from bad HPV types, what are chances of vaginal cancer?

Low. Hpv has many types: types 16 and 18 are more biologically significant than 6 and 11. If you have had your cervix removed as part of the hystrectomy, you will not get cervical cancer. If you had dysplasia of the cervix, you can also have dysplasia of the vagina and vulva by the same hpv. A pap smear can be done of the vagina or biopsies of the vulva to exclude these possible sites.

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Does a pap smear check for all types of vaginal cancer or just the cervical type?

Usually, yes. A cervical cytology (pap smear) is scraped along the cervix usually, but can also be scraped along the vaginal wall. Squamous lesions (dysplasia or carcinoma) are the most commonly found. However, endometrial tumors are shed through the cervix into the vagina. Certain sarcomas (rhabdomyosarcoma: malignant skeletal muscle tumor) can also be found. Generally, a pap is an excellent screening tool. Read more...

Will getting a HPV vaccine reduce my chances of getting vaginal cancer?

Yes!!! Yes, at least 50%, or more, of all vaginal cancers are caused by hpv. That is in addition to essentially all cervical cancer, 50% of vulvar cancer, 70% plus of anal cacers, 70% of head and neck cancers and most non-melanoma skin cancers. Plus most abnormal paps and all genital warts. The vaccine works in 99.5% or receipients and is 95+% efficacious against vaginal cancer. Read more...
Vaginal cancer. Although not specifically studied in great detail, we believe so. Hpv causes both vaginal and cervical cancer. Read more...

If pap test is negative, there is no vaginal cancer?

Cannot assume that. The pap smear looks at the cells from the cervix, checking for cervical cancer and for precancerous changes on the cervix. A pap smear does not check the vagina, but the doctor who is doing the pap smear does look at the vagina to check that it looks ok. Read more...

Are vulval cancer and vaginal cancer caused by hpv?

Most likely yes. Hpv is the cause of almost all vulvar and vaginal cancers. There are occasional vulvar melanomas that are probably not caused by hpv. Most of the vulvar and vaginal cancers that are not related to hpv occur in smokers, and are related to nicotine - a known carcinogen. Not surprising is the fact that smokers are more likely to develop hpv related vulvar and vaginal cancers and are harder to cure. Read more...
Associated. Hpv is associated with genital areas for warts and cancers in men and women which can include inside into the vagina and cervix and anus. Head and neck linings can also be associated with hpv. What I am saying hpv does not always lead to or cause these cancers and these cancers can occur without hpv. Gardasil vaccines can help prevent hpv. Read more...

Performed one-time vaginal oral sex on HPV positive woman. She has history of abnormal pap (non cancer) with this HPV. My chances of HPV contraction?

High low. Chance of it affecting you is extremely low. Chance of you contracting the virus is high if she has active HPV infection. If the abnormal pap is distant, she may not have active infection. Read more...
Why do you ask? Everybody has at least a few strains of HPV. I hope that this experience of sharing love left you both happy, and I'm glad you didn't catch gonorrhea of the throat. Your percent risk is moot. Stop worrying. There's nothing you can do anyway. The concern is with mouth, throat and esophageal squamous cancers. If you're not a smoker, the risk is low. Cheer up, love wisely, and get on with your life. Read more...
Possible. There are various subtypes of the HPV virus and they can be transferred by oral sex. The probability depends on how active her disease is at present. If her diagnosis was well in the past and her recent paps are normal, there would be less chance. Read more...