If it is not a flat wart (hpv-16 causes this) then it is probably lrhpv, responsible for condylomas (warts), but in no way responsible for cancers. So don't worry about that--it sucks to have it, and you'd much rather not, but it doesn't mean that your CIN1 is worse or getting worse.
You may actually only have the lrhpv type--lrhpv accounts for 25% of CIN1 (but never CIN2 or 3). Since you have stayed CIN1 awhile and never progressed, this is a distinct possibility. Ask to be typed for lr or hr hpv. I think the test is Digene hybrid capture. Good chance you'll come up positive for lr and negative for hr.
Finally, at "just" CIN1 and I'm assuming otherwise immunocompetent, you are a good candidate for naturopathic therapy. Have you looked into this? Check out the other posts on this board for more info (do a search).