Does anyone know how you find out if you have High or Low risk HPV and what are the differences??? Whenever I google HPV, I keep coming across forums where people are discussing the two. I do not know what I have as the doctor just did a quick physical exam and told me I had HPV then gave me a cream, leaflet and told me I could go home. View Thread
I am a bit confused. How do you find out if you have High or Low HPV???? Whenever I google HPV those two terms keep coming up in people's discussions and I feel somewhat miserable because I do not know what I have. All I know is I went to the doctor and they did a quick inspection and said 'yep you have HPV' then gave me some cream, a leaflet on HPV and told me to go home. They did not tell me there were two types. View Thread
I know how you feel but only difference is I still have to go through university with this and I am really scared that I will break and end up not finishing my four year degree. To know that my life is over before it has even started is just heart breaking and sometimes I wish I were dead. 19 single, having slept with only my ex I feel way more than violated. I know they say you should never let ex's kill your spirit but how the hell do you do that when you are trying to live your life and have this constant reminder of them until you die????? So much for my wedding dress- I guess I will have to be less picky with guys seeing as noone will want to be with me. I don't even want to be with me. View Thread
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