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Is hysterectomy safe for positive hpv

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Dr. Srilatha Myaka MD

My gf tested positive for HPV high risk but she had a normal pap. She just got retested at the 6 ... the relationship is new we dont want me to get infected. I always practiced safe sex and had... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Srilatha Myaka ( OBGYN)
Dr. Manisha Jain MD

Hello my name is XXXXX 45 years old from Philippines. I had HPV test last 2010 and it was all negative. And now I had in January 2015 and it turned out I am high risk positive but just my OBGYN told me ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Manisha Jain ( OBGYN)
Dr.  Luchuo Engelbert Bain MD

today to say that they testing for HPV as well, because insurance allows it now and I tested positive ... positive for HPV since now they are testing everyone when they have their pap tests for... View answer

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Dr. Rakhi Tayal MD

? The reason for my hysterectomy was positive for pre cancerous cells due to HPV . ...I had a partial hysterectomy (one ovary left) about 7 years ago, and a couple of weeks ago, my hot ... View answer

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Dr. Kakkar S. MD

when I found out about my positive HPV test. But since I have been faithful to him and there was so ...' apply? If I were to get a hysterectomy would I be less likely to give him HPV? We're... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Kakkar S. ( Dermatologist)

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Dr. Saranya Ramadoss MD

hi. had abonrmal pap 2006 and hpv pos, but old gyn did leep immediately i had normal paps for years after. 2011 had an abn pap my new gyn did hpv test/pos. She did a colposcopy and it was LSIL. 6 months ... View answer

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Dr. Kakkar S. MD

I tested positive for HPV - not 16 or 18 though - my pap showed normal. My last 3 years tests have .... I want a full hysterectomy. Your opinion please ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Kakkar S. ( Dermatologist)
Dr. Sree Gouri SR MD

Hi I had a robotic hysterectomy last july , My first pap since came back positive for hpv high risk ... concerned about the positive hpv so he did another pap his is normal negative... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Sree Gouri SR ( OBGYN)
Dr.  Jitendra Vasudeo Suralkar MD

abnormal ..said showed Low Grade Squamous ... positive HPV ..and Displasia ..I am SOOO VERY CONFUSED right ...hello I m new to this site..I had a TOTAL hysterectomy in 1999. I just recently had a pap... View answer

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Dr.   R. Sivaprakash MD

also tested positve for HPV :( e ... View answer

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Mobile Questions and Answers

Dr. Matin Ahmad Khan MD

There are HPV viruses strain no 16 and 18 which are called high risk because they can cause cervical cancer in women. You have no cancer risk.

Dr. Jorge Brenes-Salazar MD

Yes, there should be no problem to do it, but it is safer to wait a couple of weeks if it is a regular practice of yours

Dr. C. J. Varghese MD

Hello Dbis7315, Just relax. Please do not go after the HPV. Stay cool. No HPV can make you sick if you keep no worry over it. Your mind makes you healthy. Your mind decides your health. HPV is a DNA...