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Oops sorry - I meant your current partner.
First, you wouldn't test positive unless it was active. If its been dormant, it wouldn't show up.
Lets say your current partner was infected before you all met, 10 years ago. Maybe it was dormant for 5 years, and when it became active 5 years ago, you were infected.
It could have remained dormant for you for 5 years, and just now become active.
And that's assuming you have HPV. Was your HPV test positive, or did you only have ASCUS results?
That brings me to my next point. ASCUS means Atypical Squamous Cells of Undetermined Significance. Its considered a mild abnormality. I am not at all sure why she is saying it might be cancer, because it really would have come back as something much greater if it were.
Here are a couple of links for you -
"In those times you seem to forget, I don't mind reminding you that you are a beautiful soul." ~ Cindy Campo
Paragraphs are beautiful things.
You can google, too.