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I'm wondering if anyone has experienced anything like this with their results before- I'm not getting anywhere with my GP as they are rediculously snowed under because of the pandemic.
I had my routine CS over 2 weeks ago, nurse advised me to call if I didn't receive results in 2 weeks
i called as I hadn't received results and receptionist advised they have my results and she will get a nurse to call me back. Nurse called me and advised my results were negative and I was due back in 12 months for another... (everyone will know if they were negative and no concerns it should be 3 years not 1). Questioned this and she read off the notes that I was at high risk of HPV- is that even a thing? There is nothing online to suggest you can be diagnosed as high risk of contracting HPV.. especially strange as I'm in a long term relationship and can't think of a reason that I would be high risk unless it was something they found in my cells?
anyway- nurse said she didn't know why this was and to call to make a GP appointment to enquire further.
I returned home that evening to find my results had turned up and that I was HPV positive.
Then comes the battle to get through to the GP which took me 2 days as they were so busy there wasn't even a queue system. Finally got through and the receptionist advised my notes do say it was negative.. again she said she would get a nurse to call me back. Over 24 hours later I got a call from the surgery whilst I was putting my boys to bed at 18.30 this evening! No message left.
so basically I'm majorly confused. I don't know if I am positive or not, I don't know where on earth HPV came from if I am (me and husband been together since last negative smear 3 years ago and neither have cheated).
min so confused as to how I can be high risk of HPV? Supposedly my cells were looked at for cervical cancer due to my positive result (in letter) however now I'm unsure as I've been told by surgery I'm negative (maybe they weren't checked)z
and icing on the cake.. I have had some of the cervical cancer symptoms mentioned on the letter (pain during Sex, pin during screening, irregular bleeding). I'm not overly concerned by this however believe it should be checked out.
basixally I'm not having a lot of luck with the GP and will obviously chase this up however anyone any advice?