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Jul-19-07, 11:27 AM (CST)
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"Question, Please help"
   hi, this is my first post and i would like to explain my situation. My new girlfriend recently told me that her first boyfriend(a while ago) infected her with HPV which led to her getting cervical cancer. She said she was diagnosed with the cancer about 11 months ago, and that doctors have found NO trace of HPV left in her body. My problem is that i have Obsessive compulsive disorder and I'm very cautious of germs/infections. I really dont want to become infected with HPV but i really like her alot. She says she no longer has it, but is that possible even tho she still has cervical cancer?

Also, I fingered her the other night and washed my hands after. Is it still possible to pass the HPV(if somehow she still has it) from my washed hands to my own genitals?

thanks so much for answering these questions.

obviously my ocd is pretty extreme lol.

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Jul-19-07, 03:15 PM (CST)
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It's pretty normal to not find virus when it's turned to cervical cancer. At that point, the virus is busy turning infected cells into cancer, rather than making new viruses.

If there was a lot of touching back an forth between the two of you (including your genitals), and there was virus present, you might possibly have contracted it, but based on what you've said, it doesn't sound likely at all.

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