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Can Genital Warts Lead To Cervical Cancer?

Postby Sigwald » Thu Mar 12, 2015 2:13 pm

I had my pap smear last month with abnormal result but my gyne told me all is ok and nothing to worry about its only yeast infection. She gave me medecine and I took it for 2 weeks and really i feel I am cured. But after one month I went again her gain and she diagnosed that I have genital warts. Is there any possibility that it will lead to cervical cancer? I am using aldara cream cream now. How this cream treat me?

Please advise.

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Can Genital Warts Lead To Cervical Cancer?

Postby Logan » Sat Mar 14, 2015 12:34 am

Genital Warts, Also Known as Venereal Warts or Condylomata Acuminata, are caused by the Human Papilloma virus . Papilloma Viruses Cause Small Growths (Warts) on the Skin and Mucous Membranes. Infection of the Genital and Anal Regions with HPV can Cause Warts on the Penis, Vulva, Urethra, Vagina, Cervix, and around the Anus (perianal).Don't Even Think About Trying To Remove Your Genital Warts With Unproven, Unnatural, or Potentially Dangerous Approaches

Some Tips and Precautions You Can Use Rigt Away :

* Take care not to damage, scratch or pick at these warts.

* Inform your partner, use a condom, and practice safe sex.

* Wash your hands thoroughly with hot water and soap.

* Avoid touching them. Because they are so contagious, you could spread them with your hands.

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Can Genital Warts Lead To Cervical Cancer?

Postby Alhmanic » Sat Mar 14, 2015 10:18 pm

HPV or warts is there forever, even if the wart goes away, you still carry the virus. so you can pass it along. and probably how you got it.

some HPV leads to cancer. there are high and low strands. you need to ask your DR which one you have, but if they are on the outside, which is what i am guessing because you are using a cream, then that is the low risk type.
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