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wat is pap smear test
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Used to test cervical lesions

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Hi XXXXXXX

Welcome to health care magic.

Pap test is a test to detect any abnormalities in the cervix, especially conditions that may later develop into cancer.

There are few cancers that can be detected even before stage one, that is...
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Have small red cluster of small bumps around urethra (female) opening what could it be?
Hi,
Thanks for the query.

The possibilities are:
Genital warts caused by human papilloma virus. Which can present in clusters.
Herpetic lesions, these can also present as clusters.
These infections can occur by skin to skin contact also apart from sexual intercourse.

Contact dermatitis to inner...
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i was just diagnosed with human papillomas virus tonight. Is vaginal discharge part of the reason why? I am a female & am at risk of cervical cancer my doctor says. I do not have the genital wart kind of HPV, but am wondering whats up with the discharge. i do not have any other diseases or odor or itching, Thank God. Any thoughts on my discharge, my gyno said she doesnt smell or see any ;/
Hi and thanks for asking in HCM forum. Human papilloma virus (HPV) causes common warts, the small, white, beige or brown skin growths that can appear almost anywhere on the body and on the moist mucous membranes near the mouth, anus and genitals. When symptoms are present, they may include,...
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I am 25 year old female,recently diagnosed with human papilloma virus after my smer test came back. the last few days ive been urinating very often. I drink a average amount of water but im now urinating every half hour and the color is clear. im having birthcontrol(so not a chance of pregnancy) and im feeling lower back pain and bloating in my lower stomach. no pain when urinating so what could be wrong?
Hi,
Welcome to HCM.
All symptoms in your case could be due to one of the two reasons. Urinary tract infection (which is common at your age) & second is diabetes (Though uncommon at your age, it still needs to be ruled out). Kindly get the investigations done for the same for exact treatment. Till...
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i have had a verucca on my foot for a couple of years now having had several removed by the doctor when I was younger. will the stuff you buy from the chemist be strong enough to remove it having been there a long time or do I have to see someone. also, is it detrimental to health to have a verucca for a long time?
Hi,
Thanks for writing to us.
A plantar wart or verucca is a viral infection caused by human papilloma virus. As such it is not detrimental to health. But it can spread over your soles to become multiple or may spread to other body parts. It can be painful and may lead to pain during walking.
I...
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I just noticed large tags of flesh coloured skin on the inside of my vagina. Not on the labia, but inside Labia minora. There are four in total, ranging from a few millimeters long to about two centimeters. They all have white tips and white marks on them that can't be wiped off. I have had 3 children, the youngest it 4 years old.
Hello XXXXXXX
Thank you for your query.

What you describe sounds very much like skin tags or genital warts. I would explain the details of both to you, and you need a visit to a gynecologist to confirm the diagnosis between the two.

Vaginal skin tags commonly occur on the labia, but not usually...
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hi , recently i had found my labia minora skin have some bump , its looks like papillae ?? im so scared right now am got std ? hpv ?? or just a yeast infection ? i dont felt any pain , under the skin there, i never had sex before , but just penis rub at my outer part thats all ... please im need to know that much its there something wrong ?
Hi,
Thanks for writing in.

If you have not had complete penetrative sex but rubbed penis on your outer part, there is still a possibility of you getting sexually transmitted disease.

Genital warts appear in the way you have explained and that needs to be ruled out. Genital warts is caused by...
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Is there a relationship between hpv and enlarged circumvallate papillae on the tongue, that I should be concerned about oral contagion through tongue kissing, if I have enlarged circumvallate papillae on the tongue and genital hpv?
hi,
Thanks for the query.

human papilloma virus can infect base of the tongue or circumvalle paipllae through kissing or during intercourse.
particularly type 16 is associated with oral lesions, though all lesions may not associated with serious consequences better to treat early.
reference:...
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Hello. I am aware that I need to go to a doctor to get an accurate diagnosis, and I have never had an STD test either. But I have noticed spots, some white-ish and some purple-ish around my anus , and also a white spot type thing on my eye lid. This morning, I discovered a red bump on the shaft of my penis . Genital herpes? Symptom of HIV?
Hi,
Thanks for posting your query.
With the available described symptoms, there appears to be possibility of Warts; caused by human papilloma virus.
Presence of whitish spot suggest the diagnosis.
Genital herpes or herpetic lesion anywhere in body is associated with severe pain along with...
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concerns with std hpv infection and possibility of treatment
Hi AD!
Welcome to HCM.HPV or human papilloma virus affects skin and mucous membranes.Genital HPV infections are contracted through sexual intercourse, anal sex and other skin-to-skin contact in the genital region. Some HPV infections that result in oral or upper respiratory lesions are contracted...
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