Oh my. Let me see if I can help.
The pain with intercourse could very likely be the chlymidia or the ovarian cyst. Did they tell you what type of cyst you have?
What type of biopsy is she going to do? colposcopy with a biopsy of your exocervix? a LEEP? a cold knife cone biopsy? will it be done in her office or as an out-patient?
Precancerous cells *are* abnormal cells. Do you have CIN1, CIN2, or CIN3, or did she use other terms to descrive it?
I HIGHLY recommend you ask for copies of your pathology reports. I also suggest you write a list of questions and take it to your doctor's appointment. Leave room to write the answers. This will help you ask her everything you want to know.
Since you have precancerous cells, it is almost certain you have high risk HPV. The doctor might be able to remove all of the precancerous cells, but it is also possible that you can develop more later (same strain of HPV or a different strain).
The pap is only a screening tool. Biopsies are done to determine what is going on (with the dysplasia or abnormal pap).
There is not test for men for high risk HPV, documented citizen or not.
Is there anything i can do to make it not hurt so much? |
Is that the reason why my hair is so thin?
Make what not hurt? intercourse? the biopsy?
There could be MANY reasons your hair is thin. It could be meds you are taking, other underlying medical concerns (thyroid comes to mind), stress, hormone fluctuation.
I highly recommend you go to the website for the Center for Disease Control and read what it says about HPV. It will help you better understand what is going on.
I hope this helps.