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Author Topic: Urethra HPV ?  (Read 2263 times)

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Offline SASA39

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Urethra HPV ?
« on: April 18, 2007, 08:17:00 AM »
Is it possible for an HPV to get into your urethra if you still have  it in on your glans ( head ) ?
Any advices or expiriences ?
Feeling a slight burning sensation when pee.............
This is the third time come-back  and it has ben so annoying..........
( Podofilox...........and ............)
Does it have any coneection with Immune Restoration Syndrom ?
12. Oct`06.  CD4=58 %  VL not issued
25.Dec.`06.         203     VL= 0
25.Dec`06.- 19.Oct`16 :
various ups & downs- mostly ups - from 58-916 and back in #CD and few blips in VL.
19.Oct`16     CD4=644      VL=0

Offline sierrarancher

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Re: Urethra HPV ?
« Reply #1 on: April 19, 2007, 12:51:03 PM »
I have no experience with HPV on my glans, sorry.  However, there are doctors who specialize in HPV and the dysplasia (skin abnormalities) it causes.  If you need a referral, let me know.  It is imperative that you see a specialist in HPV related dysplasia.

Offline BassMan

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Re: Urethra HPV ?
« Reply #2 on: April 20, 2007, 04:35:06 AM »
The short answer is yes it is possible. Once you have HPV, warts can appear just about anywhere. I had a meatal (urethral opening) wart that needed several freezing treatments to eradicate. These warts tend to be very vascular and can bleed easily, especially during sex, which obviously increases the risk of onward transmission. I haven't had any repeat issues since I started meds.

Sometimes a wart can develop that's a little too far down the urthra for you to see, which *may* explain the irritation. If you think you may have a wart there, it's best to see a urologist.

Hope this helps,

Manchester, UK
Diagnosed December 2002
CD4 810 VL 750,000

Started meds October 2004
CD4 405 VL >100,000

Latest Results: October 2009
CD4 888 38%, VL undetectable
on fosamprenavir/ritonavir & Truvada

VL undetectable since November 2005


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