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I have recently been told that I have an atypical cell count which is HPV and could lead to cervical cancer. They said it had nothing to do with STD's or anything like that. Can I still have sex or will it keep my count off, should I remain abstinant?

By Anonymous May 2, 2011 - 11:32am
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They say to not worry because within 6 months when I go and get rechecked it should clear up on its own. I met a new fellow and just want to know how to play this game. I have never had these issues and am not sure if being sexually active will stimulate and make this worse or what.

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