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Old 03-02-2006, 10:35 PM   #1
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hpv.. infertility

hi everyone .. i been off the thread for a couple of months. I had a gyn exam and it came back with two things.. chlamydia and hpv. the good thing is that i got cured for my chlamydia but my copo have to be done in april. my doctor told me dont worry because its mild. but i'm worry about it. i think about it every day. my only problem is i dont want to sterile in the future. is there is test you can do to see if your'e infertile or your ft are blocked. i asked one my doctors during the exam he said if i feel any pain in my admonial that might be a sign but i didnt. another the question is the the copo(colosophy) hurt i'm very scared. please help me by answerig my questions . i'm paronid!!!!!!!!!

 
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Old 03-05-2006, 08:15 AM   #2
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Re: hpv.. infertility

You sound like me...I was diagnosed with HPV in Sept 2003, had cryo in Dec 2003 (and it hurt like a SOB). My gyno told me that I would have to get paps every six months for the next two years following to make sure that everything came out normal. And it did! Now, my husband and I are trying to start a family and unfortunately we have experienced a few bumps in the road. Just found out I was exposed to chlamydia (have the antibodies for it), the thing that freaked me out was that every time I got a PAP I agreed to be tested for it, turns out that if the disease is in active it won't show up on a PAP. Anyway to try and cut my story short, there is a test that can be done to make sured the your FT are open its called a HSG its as unpleasant as cryo but the results you can find out that day. As far as the infertility testing its a matter of going to a specialist and getting alot of bloodwork done. Hope this Helps!

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Old 03-05-2006, 04:50 PM   #3
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Re: hpv.. infertility

My friend just told me last week that she was diagnosed with HPV a couple years ago, she was told that there is no cure--it sounds like you guys had a procedure done to get rid of the HPV. Is this correct? Is there something that can be done to treat it?? Thanks in advance for any info!

 
Old 03-05-2006, 06:18 PM   #4
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Unfortunately there is no cure for HPV, only treatments. Cryo freezes any abnormal cell growth on your cervix and you tissues lining the vagina. From what my gyno told me this procedure and medications can stop any "flare ups" of the virus.

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Old 03-05-2006, 08:06 PM   #5
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Re: hpv.. infertility

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Originally Posted by jennypoo
You sound like me...I was diagnosed with HPV in Sept 2003, had cryo in Dec 2003 (and it hurt like a SOB). My gyno told me that I would have to get paps every six months for the next two years following to make sure that everything came out normal. And it did! Now, my husband and I are trying to start a family and unfortunately we have experienced a few bumps in the road. Just found out I was exposed to chlamydia (have the antibodies for it), the thing that freaked me out was that every time I got a PAP I agreed to be tested for it, turns out that if the disease is in active it won't show up on a PAP. Anyway to try and cut my story short, there is a test that can be done to make sured the your FT are open its called a HSG its as unpleasant as cryo but the results you can find out that day. As far as the infertility testing its a matter of going to a specialist and getting alot of bloodwork done. Hope this Helps!

Jennypoo
jenny on chlamydia as i reasearched on the internet not all chlamydia infections reach the fallopian tubes. Usually the infection stays on the cervix. The procedure for checking the fallopian tubes is risky, doctor won't recommend it until after you have been trying to conceive for a year. What the say of chlamydia is that it damages the cillia of the fallopian tubes so that means you ovulate fine but the egg can't move down to the uterus. It gets stuck in the fallopian tubes so then there is high risk for ectopic pregnacies.

 
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