pap shows high risk hpv dna positive viral warts in cervix some benign some aggressive

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DAZZ
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   Posted 11/28/2011 3:22 AM (GMT -6)   
on imuran for lupus, with husband since 15, he passed away suddenly then I met someone new and now I have hpv, high risk, 60 years old and want everything removed. anyone know if the virus will be gone then i'm going to stop the imuran for now. confused

jesimae
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   Posted 11/28/2011 7:49 AM (GMT -6)   
Ok. HPV does not go away. It will remain in your body. However, without the "equipment" most of the symptoms should be gone. U will still be able to transmit it to others. Talk with ur doctor. Do not stop taking any med without talking to him first.
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   Posted 11/28/2011 10:54 AM (GMT -6)   
Please don't stop your medication without talking with your Dr.

I have no idea about the HPV, but I think it can be controlled without such drastic action - your "parts" are still needed for hormones well into your 80's. Please check with your gyn.

Take care,
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DAZZ
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   Posted 11/28/2011 11:18 AM (GMT -6)   
I have had warts treated since being diagnosed with lupus in 1990. I go every two weeks for one stubborn one on my thumb, (I had multiple ones on every finger of both hands, two years of freezing they went away). Was on Plaquenil since 1990, was put on Imuran when I started losing vision in my right eye. Within months of the Imuran, warts started coming back on my hands. That's why I want to stop the Imuran and use it only during a flare. My lupus always tends to attack my bone marrow and it quits making red cells. I see my Rheumy in a couple weeks and he pretty much lets me do what I feel I need to do. I respond well, when it's time to treat a flare.

Also, it's my understanding there are many strains of hpv and what I have on my hands is a different strain of the virus. If HPV doesn't go away, how will it present itself when I have all my "equipment" removed?

So much for being careful when you meet someone new and request they get tested for STD's, doesn't show in tests for men unless there are visual warts. This is all so disgusting.

Dazz, diagnosis: Systemic Lupus Erythematosis, Fibromyalgia, HPV, Epstein Barr, & Anxiety
Imuran, Kilonopin, Setraline, Prilosec, Ketamine Nasal Spray. sad

Post Edited (DAZZ) : 11/28/2011 10:46:21 AM (GMT-7)


jesimae
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   Posted 12/1/2011 7:48 AM (GMT -6)   
There are other treatment options for HPV besides hysterectomy. The best of which is a LEEP, but since u have the strand that causes warts on the cervix, they will keep coming back. There are meds u can take to help reduce the activity of the virus.

I have 2 strands of it, but neither of mine actually cause warts. Actually 75 percent of women are HPV positive. It causes cervical cancer. I had the LEEP done in 03 for precancerous cells, and every pap since has been normal. Talk to ur gyno. He/she knows way more about this than I do!

Not sure about symptoms after hysterectomy. That's another one for the doc. If it were me, I would make an appt just to talk with him about what the tests mean and the best course of treatment, etc.

Good luck!
Jessica, diagnosis: Celiac Disease, Systemic Lupus Erythematosis
MVP, Clinical Depression, Anxiety
Celexa, Atenolol, Prilosec, Prednisone, Meloxicam

DAZZ
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   Posted 12/5/2011 10:09 PM (GMT -6)   
I have discussed this with my gyn, and I meet with an oncologist on Friday. My gyn wants the pathologist to do a thorough dissection of all the tissue because of pains I have had.
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