I have HPV and have had abnormal vaginal bleeding over two weeks and sex hurts now...Could this mean cervical cancer?

No, visit to gyn doc. Yes hpv will cause cervical cancer in some, not at your age, but not over night, years of neglect will result in cancer. Cancer of cervix could be detected in earliest possible stage, in situ stage with complete cure, one simple thing you have do, is to see your gyn doctor regularly and pap if indicated.
HPV infection. The symptoms you have described are pertaining to genital infection, cervical warts, cervical benign hyperplasia and lastly cervical cancer. See your gyn for further evaluation.

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