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Can pregnancy make dysplasia?
If Dysplasia handled, how big is the probability that the Dysplasia comes back? If Dysplasia goes away after pregnancy, can dysplasia and same HPV come back to life again?
Severe or high grade dysplasia is serious and it is extremely important that anyone with this condition consider and/or follow all of the recommendations of her doctor carefully. It is NOT cancer, but can lead to cancer if it goes untreated.
Dysplasia is caused by the HPV virus which is most commonly transmitted sexually. We have treatments that can clear up dysplasia and greatly reduce the risk of cancer, but we currently do not have a cure for the hpv virus that is the underlying cause of the condition.
For this reason follow up is extremely important because IT CAN COME BACK, even years after the fact.
The best news is that especially during pregnancy, and in younger women (under 35) treatment is usually conservative -- meaning that most doctors do not do lots of biopsies or other invasive procedures. Usually, these can be kept to a minimum if the patient is careful about her follow up pap smears.
There is a vaccine available that can prevent many types of hpv, and it IS recommended even for women who already have dysplasia/hpv, because it may prevent a viral type that they don't have.
I hope I have stressed enough that the key to managing this condition is follow up. A woman with this condition should be able to avoid developing cervical cancer if she works closely with her doctors to keep the cells cleared up.
I have hpv and i wouldnt stress about it....because stress brings you amune system down...so it would be less likly to fight it....im on my second baby and i have not had a problem (:.....try not to stress
It is completely normal that there was no heartbeat that early. It normally develops around that time. I had a u/s when i was just under 6 weeks and same thing, they found the sac but no a whole lot more. I had just went again for another u/s and i am now 8 weeks pregnant and they found the heartbeat and it was very strong beating at 160 bpm. Dont stress! Its all normal!
Oh ya, and i am 29 years old and have had high grade dysplasia since i have been 19 years old. Just make sure u follow up and never miss appointments. I have had numerous biopsies and have had the abnormal cells froze off(cryrotherapy) done twice. My last 2 check ups have shown nothing.
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