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Offline SASA39

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« on: March 28, 2007, 08:32:35 AM »
Since Oct`06  HPV for the third time : (on the front side so to speak )
First time it has been a 2 months timeout , then last month and now
Twice it has been removed with acid and it was relatively OK.
But I`m tired to do that again and scared because I know the consequences if I don`t  do it.......................also scared because there is a famous connection beetwen HPV and penile / anal cancer
Any advices or similar experiences ?
Oct.     `06.  CD4=58  ?    %       VL not perform. ?!?
25.Dec.`06.         203       14        VL= 0
29.May.`07.    broken device        VL=1363
20.June`07     broken device        VL=0
25.Dec `07  CD4=582                  VL=70
14.May `08  CD4=448
29.July `08                                  VL=0
26.Nov `08  CD4=674                    VL=179
16.Mar `09  CD4=554                    VL=0
19.Jan`10 CD4=715               
03.Mar`10                                    VL=0
24.Aug`10 CD4=524                     VL=0
04.Dec`10 CD4=626                     VL=0
15.Sep`11                                   VL=93
17.Nov`11                                   VL=0
05/26 .Jul`12 CD4=713                 VL=0
28.Nov`12 CD4=916                     VL=0
09.May`13                                 VL=0

Offline Central79

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« Reply #1 on: March 28, 2007, 09:19:27 AM »
I wouldn't worry too much - the subtype of HPV that causes genital warts is subtype 11. The subtypes that're associated with anal cancer are 16 and 18.

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26/1/06 - 860 (22%), VL > 500,000
24/4/06 - 820 (24.6%), VL 158,000
13/7/06 - 840 (22%), VL 268,000
1/11/06 - 680 (21%), VL 93,100
29/1/07 - 1,020 (27.5%), VL 46,500
15/5/07 - 1,140 (22.8%), VL not done.
13/10/07 - 759 (23.2%), VL 170,000
6/11/07 - 630 (25%), VL 19,324
14/1/08 - 650 (21%), VL 16,192
15/4/08 - 590 (21%), VL 40, 832

Offline gaz41

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« Reply #2 on: March 28, 2007, 09:33:00 AM »
I was treated with trichloroacetic acid over several sessions before being clear of anal warts ...i´ve been clear now for almost 3 years.  Let your dermatologist test the wart for subtype

Good luck


Offline Val

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« Reply #3 on: March 28, 2007, 01:10:54 PM »
Your best bet is to treat warts as soon as you realize they are there.  The earlier you catch it, the better!  Your  doctor should also take a look inside the urethra, just in case.  If it makes you feel better, there is something called a peniscopy.  I did that three years ago and everything was fine. 
The same is true for anal warts.

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Offline bocker3

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« Reply #4 on: March 28, 2007, 06:45:19 PM »
I just had my second round of surgery last Thursday to remove anal warts (almost exactly a year after the first).  In between had 2 recurrences that were successfully treated wtih Aldara.  My doc, says it can sometimes take many treatments before they are gone for good, so hang in there.  Fortunately, the Aldara works for me on the external ones (only about 30% effective).  The surgery is only needed for internal ones.  I've caught all mine fairly early, which makes things easier -- although sitting at work all day is a major Pain in my A..... (well, you get it)  and don't even ask me about screams when I go to the bathroom............   ::)

Hang in there-- treat 'em when you get 'em and hopefully they will stop coming.

Atripla - Started 12/05
Reyataz/Norvir - Added 6/06
Labs - Pre-Meds
Sep05 T=350/25% VL98,559
Nov05 288/18%  47,564
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Offline northernguy

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« Reply #5 on: March 28, 2007, 10:23:26 PM »
Yep, I've gone through 4 round swith the damn HPV.   Too bad Gardasil isn't a therapeutic vaccine.  Has it even been tested on men?
Apr 28/06 cd4 600 vl 10,600 cd% 25
Nov 8/09 cd4 510 vl 49,5000 cd% 16
Jan 16/10 cd4 660 vl 54,309 cd% 16
Feb 17/10 Started Atripla
Mar 7/10 cd4 710 vl 1,076 cd% 21
Apr 18/10 cd4 920 vl 268 cd% 28
Jun 19/10 cd4 450 vl 60 cd% 25
Aug 15/10 cd4 680 vl 205 cd% 27
Apr 3/11 cd4 780 vl <40 cd% 30
Jul 17/11 cd4 960 vl <40 cd%33
April 15/12 cd4 1,010 vl <40 cd% 39
April 20/12 Switched to Viramune + Truvada
Aug 2/12 cd4 1040, vl <40, cd% 38
Oct 19 cd4 1,110 vl <40 cd% 41


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