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I have HPV. Will i ever be able to have kids?

okay for the past two years i have been goin in every 6month for my pap cuz on my very 1st i had up normal cells on my cervix n also after a year of that i had a colposcopy done came back the same n they said i was positive for hpv ...about a week ago i had it done it again n they told me if this one comes back up normal i got to go back for another colposcopy n just keep repeating that till either my cells go away or something changes (exp. during into cancer ) also told me i couldnt try to have kids till it goes away....since ever then i been thinking about what if its never goes away n i never will be able to have kids? well i guess my question is has anyone been thur that long did u have HPV till it cleared or changed...ugh i hate this my husband n me want kids so bad!
Sat, 5 Dec 2009
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  Anonymous's Response

Get yourself treated first. Take treatment for your husband too. Practice safe sex practices til the treatment is over. Once both of you are cleared, then go for kids. Why you want to make the little one suffer because of yu? Give a good healthy life to the new one that you both are so much expecting.

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