Problem description: Yesterday, I accompanied my sister for a gynecological examination. One of the hpv tests found a subclinical infection. I don’t know whether it is serious or not. Does the hpv subclinical infection need treatment?
Question date:2020-11-18
Patient information:Age: 28 Gender: Female
HPV subclinical infection needs treatment and Review regularly.
HPV subclinical infection means that there are no clinical symptoms and signs after HPV infection, but there are cytological abnormalities consistent with HPV infection. HPVDNA, cervical scraping, acetic acid white test, colposcopy, and tissue biopsy can all be HPV virus detected. Oral medication is required, and regular review is required to remove the HPV virus from the body. However, after most hpv subclinical infections, women can use their own immunity to eliminate latent infections and subclinical infections in women.
It is recommended to pay attention to personal hygiene, do not share the same room for the time being, pay attention to light diet, eat more seasonal fresh fruits and vegetables and foods rich in high-quality protein, improve your own immunity, and go to the hospital’s obstetrics and gynecology department for regular follow-up visits.
Recommendations are for reference only. If the problem is serious, please go to the hospital for detailed examination