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Pregnant and have HPV

Hi guys
I am in the middle of switching doctors offices and I had gotten a phone call today that changed my mind about alot of stuff. I am really scared right now. I am pregnant and my test results from the pap came back positive. They classified my pregnancy as a high risk and now when I go to the doctor I am meeting with tomorrow I am supposed to tell her about this. I am at a loss for words. Like what should I expect? Does this hurt the baby? Can I have more than one child? Is everything okay? Will I be okay? Should I avoid sex? There's alot going around in my mind. I usually take a nap during the day and I just kept thinking horrible thoughts :( It seems like it's one thing after another. All I ask is for medical advice from drs, nurses, etc. Or people from personal or family experiences. I just need to clear my head with a little advice. I am scared for my little one and myself. But the baby's health is always number 1 in my eyes.
Please let me know asap!!
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While a positive HPV test is something to be concerned about, it's important to remember not all forms of HPV are cancerous.  I'd write a list of the things this makes you worry about to ask when you see your doctor tomorrow.  Sometimes written word is helpful, but I think hearing it from someone you see and know for sure is a medical professional will have a better, more calming affect.  Wishing you the best!
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I texted positive for HPV* sorry that i left that out.
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While a positive HPV test is something to be concerned about, it's important to remember not all forms of HPV are cancerous.  I'd write a list of the things this makes you worry about to ask when you see your doctor tomorrow.  Sometimes written word is helpful, but I think hearing it from someone you see and know for sure is a medical professional will have a better, more calming affect.  Wishing you the best!
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