Thanks for the quick reply.
I didn't think that he had been unfaithful... I just hadn't seen anything about carrying HPV for over 10 years with no signs. But now, just to have one other person confirm my belief, makes me feel better.
I never thought I wold be one of those people advocating for regular paps to my friends, but now I will. To have something develop so rapidly but to also know that it can be taken care of, hopefully, makes me want to hand out flyers to women to remind them to go get their paps!
I've gone through so many emotions these past two weeks. The tuesday before I got my pap results and went in for the colop, I attended the funeral of a very good friend's husband. He was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer just 6 weeks earlier. Then to go to the doctor and have her write a chart with all these acronymns (ASCUS, LGSIL, HGSIL) and then cancer at the end. Then she pointed that I was just below cancer, freaked me out. After the biopsy, my husband was waiting for me in the waiting room (actually the hall becuase he was uncomfortable being the only guy in the waiting room) I just started crying.
But now, after reading all these posts and doing some research, I'm okay with it. I'm confident that it'll all be okay. The worst part is how busy these darn gynocologists are! It's awful having to wait so long to get the next procedure done!