Re: Normal Pap and HPV
I recommend you call the doctor(s)'s office to get those pathology reports. I don't mean to scare you, but no news could be good news, or it could mean the report got misfiled or lost. Call and get a copy of the results to be sure it is good news :crossing fingers:
When it comes to the low risk HPV, it is possible for that strain of HPV (which caused your warts) to be reactivated. If that is the case, then the viral load for that/those strain(s) of HPV was low enough it wasn't causing a problem, but now could be.
I don't know how long someone is "contagious" (has an active virus), but I'd think as long as you have warts (or they have recently been treated), then I'd think you are currently "contagous." That word doesn't sound right, but it is the only one I can think of right now.
I hope that helps.
Last edited by Pickle Eyes; 02-16-2010 at 09:09 PM.