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Diagnosed with HPV, pain while urinating. What should I do?

hi i have been diagnosed with hpv , im guessing i got if from my boyfriend bc i didnt have it a year ago and got a pap and it came back positive...latley i have had pains in my vaginal area and it hurts really bad to pee...the pain stays for a while then eventually goes away but it happens like everyday. what should i do?
Asked On : Tue, 31 Jul 2012
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Mar 2016

HPV is a carcinogenic infection and it leads to genital wart & cervical carcinoma over the time.

Here, you need to undergo one urine examination- routine & culture to rule out urinary infection. Take proper antibiotic & drink more water to flush the toxins.

After that, you consult with gynecologist for colposcopic examination and biopsy of cervical tissue. In most cases, cervical HPV infection clears on its own within two years of detection.

Other treatment option like cryotherapy, conization or LEEP are required if cervical dysplasia is diagnosed.

Hope, it helps for you.
Answered: Wed, 28 Aug 2013
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