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    MJBJMC posted:
    I was Diagnose with HPV the first stage, the doctor said. My concern is when you are married and have the HPV virus can you still get pregnant, without having any complications with the babe being mal formed or having a miscarriage? Please I am worried, cause i am only 21 years old and my husband was my first and he got me infected, but we want to have children and i just want to know if its best to wait or it would not matter.
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    georgiagail responded:
    Yes, you can still get pregnant and have a perfectly normal baby.

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    MJBJMC replied to georgiagail's response:
    Thank you so much!


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