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    An_251413 posted:
    Men with the genital wart strain have symptoms, but I have the cervical cancer kind. That means the man who gave it to me wouldn't have any symptoms, right? I was sexually active 40 years ago, married and faithful 39 1/2 years, had an affair recently, and now I have HPV. If I understand correctly, It could have been dormant for 40 OR my husband gave it to me 40 years ago OR he cheated since we married and gave it to me, or my lover gave it to me recently, IF I got it before marriage I probably given it to my soon-to-be-ex-husband. If he brought it into our marriage, he gave it to me or my lover did. If my husband gave it to me, I probably gave it to my lover. If my lover gave it to me, my husband will not have it. Get it? Got It? Good! Damn damn damn!
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