I was wondering....my glands/nodes around my groin/pelvic area are just aching....for about 3-4 days now. Is my body fighting off my HPV/dysplasia? When your glands are swollen they are fighting off an infection. Anyone else have this problem??
I am a little stressed out...just a tad, lol! However, my lymph nodes are swollen in my groin area.
I was also thinking, too. I am finally getting it through my head, that, most of the ppl that post on here have "new" HPV diagnosis'. How many ppl post on here and state that they are FOR CERTAIN that they werent intoduced to a new strain?? I know I ramble and seem alittle "dramatic", but hey, isnt that somewhat of what this forum is about??? To get these fears and your anxiety out??
Thanks so much for all your input...ant putting up with my rambles!
if ur lymph nodes are swollen in ur groin area causing discomfort u need medical attention.the only way one can be sure they weren't introduced to a new strain of HPV is if they've not any had any sexual partners while their old infection was clearing and are not sexually active at all.....abstinence is the only guarantee against getting hpv!
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