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Could having HPV affect my chances of getting pregnant?

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Dr. Gerard Honore
Fertility Medicine
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In brief: No

Briefly, no. The simple presence of hpv is not associated with below-normal fertility.
Uncommonly, women treated for hpv with aggressive conization or cryo procedures may have problems related to a damaged cervical canal. Although not rare, this is still an uncommon problem.

In brief: No

Briefly, no. The simple presence of hpv is not associated with below-normal fertility.
Uncommonly, women treated for hpv with aggressive conization or cryo procedures may have problems related to a damaged cervical canal. Although not rare, this is still an uncommon problem.
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Dr. Neeoo Chin
Fertility Medicine

In brief: Usually not

Hpv usually doesn't alter fertility, except when the cervix has had procedures done to it which may effect mucous production.

In brief: Usually not

Hpv usually doesn't alter fertility, except when the cervix has had procedures done to it which may effect mucous production.
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