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I have HPV and may be cervical cancer. Now having sharp pains on my pelvis area

Just found out I have HPV and May Have Cervical Cancer . Hi I havent been diagnosed with cervical cancer yet but im having a test to check if i have it march first because they found some cells in my pap test that look like i may have it and i have HPV. I have been feeling really weak and faint all day I ve already eating dinner, and I am still feeling really weak and now having sharp pains on my pelvis area, what should I do? My mom is urging me to go to the hospital..
Asked On : Mon, 7 Feb 2011
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Testing positive for HPV does not mean that you are having cervical cancer. Your mom is right you should see gynecologist who will examine you and do some test if required. HPV is virus with various subtypes, only specific subtypes leads to cancer. Many times benign subtypes leads to benign diseases only.

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Answered: Tue, 8 Feb 2011
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