I am nearly 24 years old and have had abnormal paps since I was 19 (although it did clear up for a couple years and show up normal). I've had two colposcopies, but both times she told me there was a very, very small area affected by HPV, one she could hardly see. She says my abnormal paps come back the lowest grade of precancer. I received a new birth control roughly 4 months ago also. Anyway, I have not had a colposcopy in over a year and she doesn't seem to think I need one even though my tests are abnormal. However, the past 2 weeks I've been bleeding after sex. Once, I bled for 4 days so it seemed like a period. The other times, it was just enough to be on the toilet paper. I have also felt like I have a kidney infection/stone. What do you think is going on? Should I trust her opinion or demand another test?
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