Gynecologic Health

Premier Health providers answer frequently asked questions about prevention and wellness for women.

Does either HPV or cervical dysplasia have symptoms?

Most of the time there are no symptoms when someone has cervical dysplasia, according to the National Institutes of HealthOff Site Icon (NIH).

HPV also does not have symptoms in most cases, and in 90 percent of cases, your immune system will clear up the HPV within two years, according to the Centers for Disease Control and PreventionOff Site Icon (CDC).

The problem is, there is no way to know whether the HPV you have will clear up on it’s on or turn into another health issue, such as cancer, according to the CDC.

In some cases, the type of HPV will cause genital warts. In very rare cases, those warts can also spread to the throat.

For more information about symptoms of HPV and cervical dysplasia, talk with your doctor.

Learn more:

Source: Rashmi Bolinjkar, MD, Upper Valley Womens Center; Jeremy Crouch, MD, Womens Health Specialists and Midwives of Dayton; Heather Hilkowitz, MD, Hilltop Obstetrics and Gynecology; Amanda Fox, CNP, Dulan and Moore Dulan Family Wellness Center; Kathryn Lorenz, MD, Hyatt Family Care; William Rush, MD, Lifestages Samaritan Centers for Women; Jerome Yaklic, MD, Wright State Physicians Obstetrics and Gynecology; Mansi Amin, DO, SureCare Medical Center; Amy Renshaw, MD, Center for Womens Health and Wellness; J. Scott Bembry, Premier OB/GYN; L. William Rettig, III, MD,Lifestages Centers for Women; Elyse Weber, PA, Lifestages Centers for Women; Rhonda Washington, MD, Center for Womens Health and Wellness; Stacy Hudepohl, CNM, Center for Womens Health and Wellness; Larry Holland, DO, Premier Womens Center

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