You have first been treated for your cervicitis
, and then would be managed for your cervical polyp
changes in pregnancy
can lead to to exacerbation of certain cervical lesions.
However, cervical polyps are definitely not common during pregnancy.
How dangerous or how cancerous the polyp is depends on the findings of the histopathology.
Generally, only about 1 % of polpys progress on to cancer, however the type and histopathology will give you the exact danger.
Generally, cervical polyps do not lead to miscarriages, unless they are broad based, and during the removal, cervical incompetence
occurs. However this is rare.
Yes, HPV is an STD, regarding the loyalty of your partner, I best leave it to you to assess.