I have just received my 3rd diagnosis of a lsil pap in 2.5 years. I have had 2 colpos aldera treatment, laser treatment and surgery. I am really questioning myself. The first one was vain 3/4 the second vain 2/3. It has only been 6 months this time between treatments. I am scared wondering if I should get more aggressive in the treatment of this. I have to go in tomorrow for a bx and colpo to see what stage this is. My question is what is considered an aggressive treatment when you are having so many abnormal paps. ...My husband and I have been monogamous for the last 28 years, he was in the navy for our first 4 years of marriage and he was not. I look forward to your response.
Because I have only known I have HPV for a month and still in a learning process I am not sure how to answer your question. I really think you need a forum with medically trained perfessionals. The STD forus has people who work in the medical field and answer or you can pay the $20 and ask the expert (doc) STD forum.
I would suggest working to build a healthy immune system and trying not to stress too much. I know it is scary and I wish you the best with your recovery!
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