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    Newly DX with HPV in middle of dating
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    An_253002 posted:
    I learned I am HPV positive..high risk type a month ago. I suspect that I got it from my abusive ex.

    I just started dating a guy that I think I could be serious with for about 2 months now. I finally told him a week ago that I recently learned that I am hpv +. He didn't know what to say because he doesn't know what it is. He did go and look up on what it is. But he has not said a word about it but he still continues to keep in touch with me and we still go out on dates..he stopped kissing me on the mouth..but yet he shares drinks n etc with me. He will still kiss me on the cheek. I am dealing with the fact I have it and how its gonna affect my life from this point. My moods are up and down. Any advice on how to deal with this would be appreciated.
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