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How does HPV come ?

I recently been diagnosed with hpv and i know i didnt get it till i got with my boyfriend of a year,but somehow he got tested and all his results came back normal,mine were abnormal,how is that possible?i fond out during pregnancy,i had only had one partner before him and we were both virgins beore being sexualy active with eachother,i also had several pap smears done while being with him,is it possible for him not to have it and i have it,even though i know it came from him,or is he just telling me his result were normal?can he have even got tested for hpv ?
Asked On : Sat, 9 Jan 2010
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HPV is actually a 'womens problem' when/if contracted. It normally isnt detected in men as they are just the carriers of the bacteria. As for the other comment HPV is NOT curable!
Answered: Fri, 8 Oct 2010
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HPV can come even otherwise in sexually active women. SExual activity results in sperm deposition which is alkaline and this reduces the acidic environment of vagina resulting in infections. Concentrate more on how to cure this rather than how you got it.

Answered: Sat, 9 Jan 2010
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