Didn't show it to the doctor. Just take the report and help me see what gynecological problems I have. All we know now is polycystic ovary syndrome. How to use HPV? What medicine should I take.
HPV is a human papillomavirus infection. At present, there are both high-risk virus and low-risk virus. It needs to be treated with antiviral drugs. The commonly used antiviral drugs in clinical practice are, paterin, recombinant interferon, Xinfuning and so on, which can be used selectively.
In your case, check the HPV virus in gynecology department. You have two high-risk types of VIP virus and one low-risk type. This may cause cancer and condyloma acuminatum, and TCT has cells that cannot make clear meaning. It is recommended that you do further biopsy, and your B-ultrasound examination has polycystic ovary and effusion, and you also need to go to gynecology department for further treatment