Our expert says:
HPV will not affect your chances of having a baby. There are different types of HPV and usually the type which causes genital warts does not cause cervical cancer but, unless you have typing done it is best to continue with regular pap smears. This way, precancerous cells will be picked up early and the treatment is then usually laser.
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