Thursday, June 21, 2012

More Updates

I just got off the phone with my gyn. (Who, by the way, is amazing. If you live in central NC and are looking for a doctor, please email me. You will love her!) Here are some things that she clarified for me:
·         I tested negative for the HPV that causes cervical cancer.
·         VIN is not an STD, genital warts, or anything that can harm R.
·         However, VIN and HPV may be related.
I am thrilled about the first two. Great news!
I’m not quite sure how I feel about that last one. Although I have tested negative for HPV, the fact that I have VIN2 means that I may have it. So, what does that mean? I’m not sure yet. The only things I know right now are the above: negative for HPV-related cervical cancer, negative for genital warts.
Which, really, is good news.
I’m going to stay away from Doctor Google for a while. No reason to worry myself before we get the post-op results.
Don’t worry about anything; instead, pray about everything. Tell God what you need, and thank him for all he has done.

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