Re: 24, HPV - Where do I go from here?
Chances are that, since you are currently receiving regular treatments, you will not get cancer. HPV in all its forms tends to spontaneously clear on its own between one and two years after the date of infection, around 90% at two years. The important thing is that you keep your immune system strong so that your body can quickly establish an immune memory to the condition. If when your doc conducts the colposcopies any precancerous tissue is discovered, it can be removed quickly before it spreads. Otherwise your doc is right... HPV is a waiting game. If a second opinion will give you peace of mind, that is also an acceptable option.