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That1Bitch(ERF) 1 child; Rhode Island 10026 posts
16th May '11

I swear I was subscribed to this at one time lol not sure what happened. Anyways i have been living with HPV for almost 4 years now. I have had one LEEP procedure done. If anyone has any questions feel free to ask or even PM me.

Amber Rene(: 18 kids; Odessa, Texas 303 posts
17th May '11

i have it but i got my cervics frozen like 4 years ago and my doctor has never said anything to Me about it since. which i think Is kinda strange.

Mandy Evans 2 kids; Ohio 1444 posts
22nd May '11
Quoting ScientistsWife:" *cringe* Don't pull or pick at them pleeeease! You can really make a mess of the warts. Plus, breaking ... [snip!] ... might feel like you're at the end of your rope (that's how I felt - I was almost depressed). Don't be ashamed to get treatment!"


i just found out last week that what i thought were hemroids, where genital warts. ob said too bad to freeze or remove in office, or i am seeing a rectal doc for outpatient surgery tomorrow. did you have to get multiple sugeries? how aweful was it?

Snookums♥ 1 child; Ohio 1187 posts
22nd May '11

I've had HPV for about a year and a half now, atleast that is when my first pap came back positive. I know it was my ex husband even though they say you never know who gave it to you. But, I had a pap about 8 weeks ago and it came back as not present in my body at the present time so I'm hoping it's gone for good. It got to the point where the docs were talking about doing a LEEP on me b/c it was getting worse. I'm thankful it's ok for now, while I'm pregnant!

Snookums♥ 1 child; Ohio 1187 posts
22nd May '11
Quoting Mama K ♥:" i have to get a biopsy friday and i been scared for the last 2 wks i am dreading it.. let me know if it hurts, and goodluck with your results <3"


I cried in my biopsy, both times :( It was so embarrassing for me and it hurt. Good luck to you! A lot of women go through it so you will be ok.

Snookums♥ 1 child; Ohio 1187 posts
22nd May '11
Quoting Mama K ♥:" well i just had a colopscopy today i cant believe how worried i was about it, i barley felt anything ... [snip!] ... he said im low risk so they will prob just watch it and make sure it doesnt get worse, good luck tho its really not bad :)"


Didn't see this til I already responded to your other post! LOL I'm glad it wasn't too bad of an experience for you.

Gina Scarff Due October 19; 3 kids; Iowa 11 posts
19th Jul '11

Genital warts usually appear as a small bump or groups of bumps in the genital area. They can be small or large, raised or flat, or shaped like a cauliflower. Health care providers can diagnose warts by looking at the genital area during an office visit. Warts can appear within weeks or months after sexual contact with an infected partner

Gone 12345.... 2 kids; Houston, Texas 16000 posts
19th Jul '11
Quoting Gina Scarff:" Genital warts usually appear as a small bump or groups of bumps in the genital area. They can be small ... [snip!] ... get to look forward to 6 weeks of chemo/radiation as soon as my son is born because I never thought it could become cancerous."


thats not at all what it's saying..it's saying the wart will not turn into cancer, like become a cancerous tumor.. or at least thats what im getting from it

Gina Scarff Due October 19; 3 kids; Iowa 11 posts
20th Jul '11

but in my case, that is EXACTLY what happened. I find so much contradictive information on HPV, especially for something that so many women have now. And I really would like to see something done out the negative stigmatism that goes along with it that STILL classifies it as ONLY a STD. My mother actually had an outbreak when she was pregnant with me....which I was unaware of until recently, so it's quite possible that I simply got it from childbirth. Just comes with such a bad rap that noone wants to talk about the problems openly because of how people will react.

user banned 1 child; Jamaica, OH, United States 7126 posts
24th Sep

I realize this thread has been dead for years, but the nurse at my drs office just called and told me my pap was abnormal and I have hpv. They want to schedule me for a colposcopy, can someone explain it to me??

~Ba.zin.ga~ Due December 4; 1 child; Under your bed, OO, United States 3744 posts
24th Sep
Quoting Laneys*Mama:" I realize this thread has been dead for years, but the nurse at my drs office just called and told me ... [snip!] ... and told me my pap was abnormal and I have hpv. They want to schedule me for a colposcopy, can someone explain it to me??"


I had to have a colposcopy also. They numbed my cervix and took 3-4 samples of the abnormal cells and sent me on my way. They got the test results back about a week later and I ended up having to have the cells frozen off. That was the most painful for me.

user banned 1 child; Jamaica, OH, United States 7126 posts
24th Sep

<blockquote><b>Quoting *Candice*[Bazinga!]:</b>" I had to have a colposcopy also. They numbed my cervix and took 3-4 samples of the abnormal cells and ... [snip!] ... the test results back about a week later and I ended up having to have the cells frozen off. That was the most painful for me."</blockquote>




So the colposcopy doesn't hurt?? This is so freakin scary and nerve wracking, and I have too much other stuff going on right now to deal with this :(

~Ba.zin.ga~ Due December 4; 1 child; Under your bed, OO, United States 3744 posts
24th Sep
Quoting Laneys*Mama:" <blockquote><b>Quoting *Candice*[Bazinga!]:</b>" I had to have a colposcopy also. ... [snip!] ... hurt?? This is so freakin scary and nerve wracking, and I have too much other stuff going on right now to deal with this :("


Some Dr's do it differently. Ask them beforehand if they can numb you. Then no that won't hurt at all. I forget which procedure it is, the colposcopy or freezing the cells, but they had to put this dirt looking stuff up there and it was supposed to stop the bleeding. That shit was gross lol it came out a little at a time for like 3 weeks. Don't worry, it's not that bad :)

user banned 1 child; Jamaica, OH, United States 7126 posts
24th Sep

<blockquote><b>Quoting *Candice*[Bazinga!]:</b>" Some Dr's do it differently. Ask them beforehand if they can numb you. Then no that won't hurt at all. ... [snip!] ... stop the bleeding. That shit was gross lol it came out a little at a time for like 3 weeks. Don't worry, it's not that bad :)"</blockquote>




Thank you. I'm so nervous I don't even know when my appointment is.

((-We Did It!-)) 1 child; 1 angel baby; Iowa 659 posts
25th Sep
Quoting *Candice*[Bazinga!]:" Some Dr's do it differently. Ask them beforehand if they can numb you. Then no that won't hurt at all. ... [snip!] ... stop the bleeding. That shit was gross lol it came out a little at a time for like 3 weeks. Don't worry, it's not that bad :)"


That's the colposcopy. I had it done, that part was gross..lol.
It's an uncomfortable thing, but not too painful. You may have cramping afterwards. I did for the rest of the day.