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That little bump could be an internal hemorrhoid. IF you notice rectal bleeding or it gets larger then you need to go back to your provider and have them do a DRE.
Koilocytes are squamous cells that are changing. Sometimes these can change into the HPV virus. But not all do. The body can clear them. It is reassuring that dysplastic changes are not seen. That means that they are a further step to becoming HPV.
As you get older calcites do not clear out of the system as easily, that could be a possible reason that the koilocytes are remaining.
I agree that they need to be monitored but I would not worry about them daily. Many times they do clear up!
HA! Sorry about the "calcites" My spell checked changed it. That should be koilocytes!
Koilcytes are cells that are changing. The HPV virus CAN change them but so can chronic inflammation. But that is why we watch them in case they do change into the HPV. Hope that makes sense.