A few years back I was diagnosed with HPV, and most recently hypothyroidism. Im curious if there is a link between hypothyroidism and recurring/aggressive HPV symptoms. What I mean is, does the hypothyroidism decrease your ability to surpress the HPV virus? I seem to have symptoms that I have never had before so Im wondering if this is linked. And if so, can anyone offer any suggestions on how to help better supress it?
The Human Papilloma Virus is only in the epithelial cells of the skin ( or in the genitals) It only lives in the layer which is the upper layer of skin which is dead. It is not affected by any thyroid condition.
If you are having such problems with the HPV you need to talk to a specialist.
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