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Peeling of skin and itching over your foot has no relation to your past HPV infection. Don't be anxious to know the sero-typing of the Wart virus as long as your PAPA smear remains normal.
The foot lesion could be due to contact dermatitis or due a fungal infection. Consult a...
I understand your concern. To answer your first question, the difference between dyskariosis and dysplasia can be comparable, somehow, to difference between quality and quantity, in that, dyskariosis basically means changes in the nucleus of the cells, whereas dysplasia is...
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The warts were due to HPV, but it may be a low risk non recurring type of virus and hence it healed and is now not detectable.
If you still want to get yourself tested further, a PCR test or a Cervista test is helpful for diagnosis.
Remember there are more than 100 types...
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I have been diagnosed with LSIL/CIN1 and tested positive for the HPV virus on my recent pap test. I have evidence of an epithelial (?) lesion. I am now on a waiting list for a colposcopy and possible biopsy.
I am freaking out, even though I know that these are relatively common results.
What are my chances that this will resolve itself without treatment, or am I likely to need treatment of some kind? My mum says they will almost definitely do the biospsy, seeing I have the LSIL lesion. What happens if it is a lesion, what are the chances that this will resolve itself without further treatment? I read that the chances of it turning out to be higher grade lesions that must have treatment are as high as 20%. Does this mean that it will most likely continue to be a problem throughout my life, as I have this HPV virus?
I am only 34. We were going to get pregnant for the first time in the next few months (that was the plan, anyway). Should I wait until after the biopsy now, or should we get on with it in case this develops into something worse and we can't have kids later? Would appreciate your advice.
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Low grade squamous intraepithelial lesion/Cervical Intraepithelial Neoplasia 1 is mild cervical lesion but may progress to malignancy if it is associated with High risk Human papilloma virus type 16, 18, 31. I would suggest you wait for the biopsy result and then plan a...