Is this a cervical cancer lesion or a high-risk group? Is it positive? Can it be treated?
You are a high-risk HPV infection, which has a certain chance of canceration, but there is no canceration yet. It is suggested that you should actively treat it to prevent canceration. Need to choose some antiviral drugs for vaginal medication, such as interferon suppository.
At present, there is HPV virus infection, and it is a high-risk HPV virus infection, so it will increase the risk of cervical cancer. However, it is still impossible to see whether there is intraepithelial neoplasia. You can do multi-point cervical puncture and send it to pathological test.
HPV is human papillomavirus, which is currently 16 and 56 positive for high-risk types. From the results of cervical screening, there was no lesion and canceration. However, HPV should be treated to avoid inducing cervical lesions with the increase of the amount of virus.