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I am 38. Got diagnosed with HR HPV a year and half ago. Got colcoscopy exam, doctor find something, but biopcy was negative. 6 month later got abnormal pap and followed with colcoscopy, doctor didn't find anything, 6 month later got normal pap, but my body still shows the virus. Recently got next pap results back it is again abrnormal as the very first time - LGSIL. Should I repeat pap, or just go directly for colcoscopy. My doctor told me that HR HPV goes away within a year for 50% women, however for the rest of them, even if pap test is normal and still presence of the virus, then I should get colcoscopy no matter what. What should I do? Found on some sides that vitamins C, E, celenium, etc in really large amount help. Is it really so?
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