My fiance's PAP in August 2006 reveiled some atypical cells and she tested positive for HPV. The gyno recommended a colposcopy. She have the colposcopy in October, and her after looking at the labs, the gyno told her they be just gonna view and see, and that she needed to have another PAP surrounded by 6 months.
I have a interview about my fiance' who have tested positive for HPV...?
In April, she had another PAP, and this time the doctor told her that she still have the HPV, but that her PAP came backbone normal. Again, the gyno told her to come rear legs for another PAP in 6 months.
So my put somebody through the mill is.what exactly does this all scrounging? I know quite a bit in the order of HPV by now, but still enjoy some questions. Is the gyno assuming that if her PAPs verbs to come back regular, that the HPV will go away on its own? Also, we enjoy been surrounded by a monogamous relationship for 2 years now, and she have been my merely sexual partner. Is the fact that we are have sexual contact with respectively other, albeit protected, preventing the HPV from going away? Thanks.
HPV is the the standard designator for the virus that causes venereal wart and cervical dysplasia and cancer. While most people convey SOME sort of HPV (There are literally dozens of strains), only a few inflict cervical anomalies.
The watch and lurk method is a far less invasive method of dealing near this problem. The dysplasia that showed up in the first pap probably heal itself by the second pap OR the same patch of unexpected cells tested the first time be missed the second time. Being tested with a colposcope however lead me to believe that the dyplasia healed spontaneously (which does start from time to time).
The follow-up paps are VERY important, because if the abnormality show up repeatedly, your fiance's going to need further treatment.
HPV does NOT travel away; just similar to any other virus, it simply goes into a state of dormancy (just approaching the Herpes viruses - the ones that effect the STD, cold sores and Chicken Pox/Shingles). She may never have another episode or she may hold one or more that require surgical treatment. But only time will enlighten.
My friend have it (dont kill me *friends term goes here*) and the pretext why they check every 6 months is because they want to monitor any cell changes...but you know that...so what's the question?
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