Hello, doctor. When I was in college in 17 years, I had a plantar wart on my heel. It hasn't been well until now. I did have high-risk situations and wore a condom, but I was licked with my mouth at the beginning. Now I'm talking about a girlfriend who has lived together for more than 3 years. She has sex and direct contact. At present, she has been vaccinated with nine valent vaccine, and she is particularly worried about her. When I went to the hospital for examination this morning, the doctor said lightly that it had no impact on men. Besides, girls had a nine price vaccine, so they didn't test it for me. I just don't want to. I didn't know what to do before. Now I've hurt other girls. I also want to go on with her. How can I confirm whether I am infected with the kind that will affect girls? Ding Ding is smooth without small pimples, and there is no particularly strong smell after taking a bath. Some scrotums are wet. I hope the doctor can help me.
Hello, through your description, at least you don't have any signs of HPV infection. For example, some genital condyloma acuminatum, and your body is basically in good condition, and there are no clinical symptoms. Basically, it can be ruled out. There is no possibility of HPV infection. If you want to confirm, you can go to the hospital to test an HPV. Usually, don't have too much psychological burden on your mind, Not everyone will be infected. Even if you have a history of unclean sexual intercourse when you are young, you may not be infected with HPV.
HPV Weiss screening is an important examination of cervical cancer. By brushing the patient's secretion to detect whether there are cervical precancerous lesions or cervical cancer, it is generally to go to the gynecological examination in a regular hospital. HPV examination can find cervical precancerous lesions in a more timely manner. Sometimes its sensitivity is even higher than that of cervical scraping examination, and it helps to eliminate the false positive results of cervical scraping examination