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... If you've been tested for HPV and came out positive then you will probably always have it in your system even if there are no symptoms, etc.. ... (11 replies)
... It say's there's 100 different DNA types of HPV. Some types cause regular warts on the skin such as hands and you can't catch that type of warts from people, etc., but some DNA types of the HPV virus are sexually transmitted. ... (11 replies)
... I have had several Squamous cells and basal cells off my face, chest and arms removed. No recurrance of my squamous cell Carcinoma vaginally and I still have a good pap and HPV remains negative. I am so fortunate so far. ... (36 replies)

... c I will wait for a recurrance before jumping to conclusions about that. ... (11 replies)
... I am curious if anyone ever spoke of the arsenic connection? ... (36 replies)
... I had CIN I, that progressed to CIN III within 3 months, and had a LEEP procedure...that was back in the summer of 2001. Now, it wasn't in my plans...but by that October, I was pregnant!! The pregnancy went completely normally... no problems at all. ... (18 replies)
... I have great news for you Honey! I just read a medical journal article that states there is no remarkable difference between recurrance of dysplasia between LEEPs with clear margins and unclear margins!!! In other words, both situations have an amazingly high cure rate, clear margins or not! ... (10 replies)
... If HPV isn't a cause of adeocarcinomas, then what does your doctor say causes AdCA? ... (17 replies)
... p. I live in Canada and just had a CKC for AIS with clear margins. I have asked every doctor I have dealt with through this experience about getting tested for HPV but they all say I can't get tested for HPV here and that it wouldn't make a difference to my treatment. ... (17 replies)
... There is an HPV board there. ... (17 replies)
... and numbness. The swelling should gradually subside, the numbness may, or may not. Many women who have had lymph nodes removed experience some amount of permanenet numbness and may also experience symptoms of lymphedema. ... (1 replies)
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May 10, 2009
... I am concerned this could turn up in my vagina at some point. I have a pap yearly, but that only tests a small area. I did have a hysterectomy, but the HPV could still be wreaking damage. ... (5 replies)
... I had my annual exam last week, and for the first time in over 20 years it waas very painful. I have alsways been aware of some discomfort but this time I was really bothered, should I be worried? ... (0 replies)
... Lost of great information ladies. ... (7 replies)

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