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What is a cure for human papilloma virus? What can be done to protect yourself from HPV?

A: Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) infects humans on the skin and mucous membranes. HPV causes common warts (small, white, beige or brown skin growths) which can appear nearly anyplace on the body and on the moist mucous membranes near the mouth, anus and genitals. According to the CDC, genital HPV is the most common sexually transmitted infection. In fact, there are more than 40 different types of HPV that can infect the genitalia of both men and women. Those same HPV types are also capable of infect the mouth and throat. Untreated HPV can lead to cervical cancer in women. It has been estimated that in the United States alone, 1.4 million have genital warts at any given time, and each year there are about six million new genital HPV cases every...


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Bleeding after 15 years

A: I haven''t been in your situaton. However, a return of cervical dysplasia is certainly possible. Irregular bleeding is one of the first signs. I wouldn''t fear cancer right away but i do think your treatment has been questionable, at best. If the pap specimen is unsatisfactory twice, I think you should be asking your gynecologist about 2 tests that are highly accurate: ThinPrep Pap and HPV DNA Test...combined, these are 95% accurate. Also it may be time to do colposcopy and biopsy. I think you should ASK for those tests and insist. Your diagnosis should be clear after that. Good luck...


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Will HPV show up on a pap smear?

A: Yes HPv can show up on a pap sear if u ask for them to put hpv on it. omg, DEFINITELY look into it, it can take awhile for hpv to show up on a pap. make him go get tested, untill then make him wear a rubber I assume you are afraid your boyfriend has genital warts, which are caused by HPV. Here is a description: In men, genital warts can infect the urethra, penis, scrotum and rectal area. The warts can appear as soft, raised masses with a surface that can be smooth (on the penile shaft) or rough with many fingerlike projections (anal warts). Others may appear pearly, cauliflower-like or rough with a slightly dark surface. Most are raised, but some may be flat with only a slight elevation above the skin surface. So. . .you can see that only an examination by a physician can determine for...


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Hey, is this true? I am so confused?

A: Yes to all accounts. It is also commonly associated with genital warts. You can pass it on and you could have gotten it from your partner. You need to have a talk with him. You need to do a little research on this more than what you will find here. I will enclose a link for you. The CDC provides a wonderful page for this virus. yes its an std. u can pass it on but he already has hpv so i don''t think u could pass it on to him again but you could re- infect him if he had the hpv treated. here: http://www.cancerhelp.org.uk/help/default.asp?page=5193 HPV is sexually transmitted. I got the shot to prevent it because it could cause cirvical cancer I think if you got it it was probably from your partner Yes, HPV is sexually transmitted. Yes, you...


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What is the minium and maximum dosage of cisplatin?

A: This is the Dosing Information for Cisplatin Usual Adult Dose for Testicular cancer: 20 mg/m2 intravenously once a day for 5 days per cycle (in combination with other antineoplastic drugs) Usual Adult Dose for Ovarian cancer: 75 to 100 mg/m2 intravenously once every 4 weeks (in combination with cyclophosphamide for the treatment of metastatic ovarian cancer). Alternatively, 100 mg/m2 intravenously once every 4 weeks may be administered (as a single agent for the treatment of metastatic ovarian cancer). If the ovarian cancer remains confined to the peritoneal cavity, the following regimens may be used: 60 to 90 mg/m2...


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What do pap smears check for?

A: Pap smears check for abnormalities in the cervical cells, located in a woman''s cervix. Pap smears are highly recommended by health organizations, including the National Women''s Health Information Center (NWHIC), as part of a woman''s health care plan.SignificanceLocating abnormal cervical cells is important for identifying the start of cervical cancer. According to the NWHIC, finding abnormalities early allows doctors to start treatment to prevent cancer from occurring....


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scared about having a leep ? can anyone help me?

A: Hello and apologies for the delayed response in getting to your question-we have had an overwhelming amount of questions in the last 2 weeks. A LEEP procedure ( Loop electical excision procedure) is recommended as a treatment for abnormal cervical tissue or dysplasia. And as your doctor may have explained, a dysplasia is precancerous changes in the cervical cells and is ranked according to severity (mild, moderate,severe). From looking at your stated results, the lab report would seem to show that you do have some dysplasia of the cervical tissue. I can not tell you whether or not a leep procedure is the right treatment option for you, only...


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What is Cryosurgery?

A: Cryosurgery, sometimes called cryotherapy, is the process of using the extremely cold temperatures produced by liquid nitrogen or argon gas in a controlled fashion in order to destroy abnormal or diseased tissue. Cryosurgery is usually an effective process because the freezing temperatures cause ice crystals to form inside of the selected tissue, causing the abnormal cells to tear apart. For external skin problems, cryosurgery can be a highly effective, quick treatment requiring no recovery time. Liquid nitrogen is applied directly to the abnormal cells with a cotton swab or a spraying device, thereby deadening the skin which will later fall off all on its own. Cryosurgery is the most common way physicians get rid of warts, moles, and skin tags. Small patches of...


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What Is the Connection Between a Pap Smear and Colposcopy?

A: Women are typically advised to have a Papanicolaou test otherwise known as a Pap smear at least once every few years, because this medical exam checks for abnormalities of the cervix. When the results of this screening test show abnormal cells that could indicate cervical cancer or vaginal infection, many doctors order a colposcopy. This is a diagnostic test that allows doctors to get a closer look at the cervix before determining the cause of the abnormal cells. Thus, the main connection between a Pap smear and colposcopy is that both are used in making a diagnosis regarding cervical abnormalities.. During a Pap smear, a doctor inserts a speculum into the patient`s vagina so the cervix is visible. The cervix is...


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What Are the Common Causes of Green Vaginal Discharge?

A: Typical vaginal discharge is clear or white and has no odor, so when it changes color, consistency or amount, there might be an issue. For instance, greenish vaginal discharge can indicate the sexually transmitted disease (STD human papillomavirus (HPV), which also results in warts in the vaginal area. Another STD that may cause green vaginal discharge is trichomoniasis, in which the discharge is thin and foamy in addition to being green or yellow. Lichen sclerosis is a skin disorder that often results in pain during urination, itchy skin and green vaginal discharge. In some cases, bacterial vaginosis also results in abnormal discharge that is green, yellow or gray, along with a foul odor and vaginal itching.. The main symptom of HPV in women is the presence of warts near the vagina or...


 
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