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Can high risk HVP go away on its own?

By July 8, 2011 - 6:28pm
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about 9 months ago i found out that i have HVP and its in the high risk zone but im not sure witch one it is so im wondering is it will ever go away on its own. my docture told me that it will never go away but i read on hear that some go away im wondering if that calls for mine also. this is put a hurt on my life and my familys i would love for answers....

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I have pre-stage cancer. Every 3 months I go in for a biopsy.

July 9, 2011 - 7:27pm
(reply to AnnaMariahAnn)

That means that your doctor is being proactive by having you go in every 3 months. Try not to stress out too much about the HPV. Remember that there are things that are out of your control and if you believe in a greater being-- go to your appointments as scheduled and leave it in their hands.

All the best,


July 11, 2011 - 6:33am

Hi AnnaMariahAnn,

High risk HPV doesn't mean that you'll have cancer, but it does mean that you should be monitored because as in with any other form of HPV, it could be cancerous. What is your doctors plan for you from here on forward?

Here are some links to one of our posts that may be helpful to you:

I hope they help in answering your concerns!


July 9, 2011 - 6:38am
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