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How long does HPV last ?




 



I had HPV in 1996 and had them surgically removed with a lazer and it is 10 years later and I haven''t seen them since. I also have had normal pap smears since as well. I don't know if HPV stays with you or not but I am hoping that my immune system has conquered it for life.


2/13/2006


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I WAS DIAGNOSED ONE MONTH AGO WITH WARTS ( I NOTICED THEM A FEW DAYS BEFORE THAT AND IMMEDIATELY SAW DOCTOR). SINCE THEN I HAD ONE TREATMENT OF ACID, WHICH DIDN''T HELP THE WARTS GO AWAY. NOW, I AM APPLYING ALDARA CREAM THREE TIMES A WEEK, AND THE WARTS HAVE ALREADY DISSAPEARED AFTER TWO WEEKS OF TRETAMENT. I HAVE TO CONTINUE THE TREATMENT FOR A FULL FOUR WEEKS EVENT THOUGH THEY ARE GONE. IT'S GREAT!

SO, ALL IN ALL, I HAVE HAD WARTS FOR ABOUT ONE AND A HALF MONTHS. NOT TOO BAD!!!


5/9/2003


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HPV can last anywhere from months to whenever. The decisions you make regarding your health have a big impact on how you take control of this situation.

I think you should identify the unhealthy parts of your diet if there are any, and remove them. Add healthy aspects to your life. This should give your immune system the extra boost it needs.


Also, go see a doctor.


3/15/2003


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Hpv is said to be lifelong but recent studies state that you immune system over time can reduce the virus over time making it either less or not contiagious at all.


5/23/2003


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HPV can last from a month until whenever. you need to take care of yourself because that makes a big impact.


10/5/2004


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I was told by MANY doctors, that once you get HPV you will ALWAYS have it. BUT I was also told that if you keep a healthy lifestyle, it can go dormant and not be able to be passed on or affect your body as much or any. One thing that I am not positive on but have heard, is that BCP create an environment where HPV can live and spread more easily, your body has a harder time controlling it. I don''t think this has anything to do with any problems externally, such as warts, but internally, such as cervical dysplasia.


4/20/2006


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once you have HPV it will stay in your body forever. You may however not show symptoms

By:
cmj13


5/28/2003


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