Doctor insights on: White Patches On Cervix Share Share Follow @HealthTap. Guess who she got it from…that’s right…dirty Derek Jeter. One one hand I don’t feel so bad as I must have had about 15 different examinations by different doctors in the last few years and they all said my cervix looked fine. You can see your primary care provider or a women’s health provider for this type of care, but be sure that your provider is aware of the links between gynecological problems and HIV/AIDS. Valuable perspective has come from Italian food and a night’s sleep. The Cervix. But we didn’t realize that Scarlett Johansson and Jessica Biel were so into each other’s sloppy seconds!
Someone mentioned it could be herpes – I feel like I’d have to be so, so unlucky to have this on my cervix. Most of the time, HPV goes away on its own, and your cervical cells go back to normal. I am gingerly awaiting the arrival of the dreaded gas pains. It’s good that your doctor has actually referred you elsewhere for further checking. I’m going to bed now for a little nap. I don’t know what to say to the Dr or what tests to ask for! You can protect yourself by seeing your healthcare provider regularly for a pelvic exam and a Pap test.
Laurelx — Sunday, March 28, 2004 — 12:03:17 AM — 1002 of 2481 Awww thanks! Cervical Abnormalities. I actually feel pretty darn good. I guess I’d better hang the ratty bathrobe by the front door and practice my shamble. Talk with your healthcare provider about HIV and pregnancy. And a person who performs oral sex on someone with genital herpes is at risk for contracting oral herpes. Dr.
Thankfully this is rare (you don’t wanna see the training pics of this). Racehorse — Tuesday, March 30, 2004 — 07:57:14 PM — 1005 of 2481 I’m going to see my gyne this afternoon about breakthrough bleeding and this skin tag I have Down There, and am now freaking myself out because when I google “polyp” and “vulva” the links are all about cancer. Julie C. — Wednesday, March 31, 2004 — 02:08:11 AM — 1007 of 2481 Race, you can have vaginal or cervical polyps that are benign. It could be to do with anything ranging from minor things like yeast, but i’ve not heard of white spots and yeast, usually they might say there is unusual amount of discharge or something like that. (I’m sure she’d die if she knew I was posting that on the Internet.) The removal was no big deal, too. Racehorse — Wednesday, March 31, 2004 — 02:30:26 AM — 1008 of 2481 The doctor can’t figure out what the bump/polyp is, but I’m going back in a week or so to have a biopsy.
I’ve had it for as long as I can remember, but it’s noticeably larger in the past few months. CalGal — Friday, April 02, 2004 — 01:38:47 PM — 1009 of 2481 I remember a time, back in the late 90s, when I thought nonsense like this mattered somewhat more than I do now. If you have had a full STD check up, including herpes and it’s all come back negative then i guess it wont be an STD, although they do say we all pick up some form of HPV strain when we have sex with someone. A friend of mine was flown out for an emergency hysterectomy a couple nights ago. She had 3 cysts, and I guess one or more ruptured. There was fluid built up in one of her lungs. Why would that happen?
This form of cancer is said to move slowly, but regular pap smears are encouraged so they can quickly do something about it if it is found. Juli Brissin — Monday, April 12, 2004 — 12:15:29 PM — 1014 of 2481 maria, I don’t know. I’ve had a cervical biopsy but I wasn’t involved with anyone at the time, so it wasn’t an issue. Maybe you should call your doctor’s office and ask to speak to the nurse.