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    Help! Need info about HPV
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    marydean posted:
    Have been living with high risk HPV for about 4 years now. I have had a colcoscopy and a vaginal hystorectemy. Several weeks I went in for annual Pap and it came back abnormal. I am scared that I will infect someone else with this horrible virus. Have tried to find out practical and reliable info about how to handle everyday activities and answers to question on the internet, but there is so much variation in what i read that i just do not what to believe or trust. Is there anyone who can help me with information????????? Please help.
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    georgiagail responded:
    When you had your vaginal hysterectomy, why wasn't your cervix removed?

    Gail


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