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What are the chances of getting pregnant with hpv?

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Dr. Robert Kwok
Pediatrics
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In brief: Same as without HPV

A woman's chances of getting pregnant are the same, with or without hpv.
Human papilloma virus causes warts, which can lead to cancers in places like the cervix and the anus, but hpv does not change a woman's fertility. However, if a woman has hpv and decides to have less sexual activity because she feels she is spreading virus, she will be less likely to get pregnant (due to less sex activity).

In brief: Same as without HPV

A woman's chances of getting pregnant are the same, with or without hpv.
Human papilloma virus causes warts, which can lead to cancers in places like the cervix and the anus, but hpv does not change a woman's fertility. However, if a woman has hpv and decides to have less sexual activity because she feels she is spreading virus, she will be less likely to get pregnant (due to less sex activity).
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Dr. Ronald De la Pena
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Low

Human papilloma viruses cause most abnormal cervical pap smears.
About 5% of paps show surface cell abnormality pre-cancer (dysplasia). Pregnancy does not provoke more hpv activity. Dysplasia if present is treated, not hpv.

In brief: Low

Human papilloma viruses cause most abnormal cervical pap smears.
About 5% of paps show surface cell abnormality pre-cancer (dysplasia). Pregnancy does not provoke more hpv activity. Dysplasia if present is treated, not hpv.
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