Re: HPV Question--VividAngel1984, hope you answer!
Hello- I was diagnosed with HPV about 2 years ago. Unfortunatley, my HPV was high risks which means it does not cause any symptoms, but might turn into cancer if not monitered. I would say that first you should go to your GYN and get an HPV test to see if you are positive. If you are, then there is a possibility to spread it to your partner. i don't understand why your doctor would say that you are immune to HPV. Just to let you know- there are about 100 different types of HPV strains. about 80% of the human population will get HPV some time in their lifetime. There are only about 4 or 5 different strains of HPV that will cause cervical cell changes which may lead to cervical cancer if left untreated. Luckily for you, it seems as though you have the low risk strain, but it still doesn't mean you could not catch another strain. HPV is a virus, so your body's immune system can fight it off on it's own. You just have to be careful. I know there is a vaccine out that will help prevent you from getting the high risk strains. I would recommend you talk to your doctor about this vaccine. I hope this information helps you any. Good luck!