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    Posted: 15Jun2015 at 1:05pm


Can someone please tell me if I should be worried about this, doctor didn't say anything about it and I got a std test for everything and it's clear, but didn't test for hpv

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hey,

its sad to know pls get it done soon before its too late

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Regular cervical screening is very effective in detecting cell changes at an early stage when treatment is straight forward, and in many cases the immune system will deal with the virus before it is even detected. However, if a virus is allowed to persist, it can lead to serious infection, and even, eventually, to cancer.
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