I was found positive for hpv the year before last and turned negative last year. In recent years, I have had severe pain during menstruation and yellow unidentified thick liquid with no odor after menstruation, and I am severely anemic.
You do not have to worry about this situation, it is recommended to actively improve the changes in your condition, you can carry out antiviral treatment, according to the results of antiviral treatment to further do the pathological division, it is recommended to actively carry out con observation of clinical changes, according to your clinical changes to further treatment of the primary disease
If high-risk HPV infection persists, it can lead to cervical precancer or even cervical cancer. Now that you have turned negative for HPV, don't worry too much and just have regular combined double screening of cervical cytology (TCT) and HPV.
HPV virus high-risk infection can easily cause cervical cancer in women, but you were once infected and now you have turned negative, so now you have symptoms and you are worried about cervical cancer, so you can do a cervical cancer screening and test for HPV virus again.