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High risk HPV

I was diagnosed with high risk HPV with moderate dysplasia about 6 months ago, but my OBGYN thinks I had the virus for much longer. I didnt have any symptoms of CIN or cervical cancer development up until the fast pew days. After intercourse I experienced mild post coital bleeding and intense cramping in my lower abdomen as well as discomfort in my perineal area. I also noticed that my discharge is increasing in quantity. There is no foul odor or blood in the discharge. It is just white and stringy (which I know is common during ovulation, but it is much more than my normal). I don't have an appointment with my OBGYN until early May. But it is psychologically exhausting to constantly think that my HPV may be advancing into something worse. Any advice?
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Hello,
Guidelines state that every woman who is diagnosed with HSIL/CIN2 by Pap smear should be followed up by colposcopy and biopsy. Any woman with HSIL requires further evaluation to determine if cancerous cells are present. Depending on the staging of cancer, treatment can be planned. You should get colposcopy and biopsy done from your doctor.

It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your doctor. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care and please do keep me posted on how you are doing.


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I will. I have an appointment later this month. So hopefully I'll get more information then. Thank you so much for posting back
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