So i did ask a question a few weeks ago about how my pap was abnormal. My doctor called me the other day to explain that i had HPV and i have to go in for a colposcopy. (which isn't until the end of February) Anyways, the past 5 days i have had cramp-like pain that is centered right above my pubic hair line that have steadily gotten worse...this morning i woke up sweating because i hurt so bad. Its no where near my period (not for another week)and I don't believe I'm pregnant either (i have been pregnant before and I don't remember having this symptom during early pregnancy before i knew i was pregnant)
Does anyone know if hpv can cause this pain? I'm on no medications. If not hpv....what else could be happening?
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If you're having severe pain that is getting worse, you need to consult a healthcare provider. There's no way we can guess what's going on with you. We're not medical professionals, and it would be ethically unsound for any medical professional to diagnose someone over the Internet.
so, you need to either give your doctor a call and see if she can see you today, or go to an emergency room or urgent care clinic.
Again, since you've had the pain for several days and it's steadily getting worse, it really is something you need to have a professional take a look at.
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