So I've only been with one partner for the past 3+ years, and we have been monogamous the entire time (yes, I am positive he has been too, so let's say for the sake of argument, we are - none of that "well, you never really know..." stuff, please and thank you). Two years ago I had a pap that came back abnormal. I think they said ASCUS. I went back for a follow up with a coloscopy, and they said it was normal. So, I guess a false positive the first time? Last year my pap was completely normal. And this year, my pap came back abnormal again. The gal from the doctor's office just said "squamous cell" and to come back in 3 months. I have never been told I have HPV and just assumed that the first abnormal result might've been caused by having intercourse the night before my exam. I'm wondering if anyone has any insight into what is going on? Could I have just have had two false positives, or do I likely have HPV? If so, could it be coming and going and thereby causing the sometimes-abnormal results?