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Can you tell the exact words on the report?
Borderline means that cell changes were found on your cervix. This usually does not mean that you have cervical cancer. Abnormal changes on your cervix are likely caused by HPV. It just means they need to follow you
HPV is the virus that causes cervical cancer.
First, it's essential to know that most people who have sex will be exposed to HPV at some point, and having HPV does not mean you will definitely get cancer. For most people, HPV infection goes away on its own. But for some people, it does not. Long-lasting HPV infection increases your risk of cancer over time.
Yes it is not but they need to follow you up to see it is not developing. As I said for most people, HPV infection goes away on its own. But for some people, it does not. Long-lasting HPV infection increases your risk of cancer over time.
You cannot predict it.
Finding high risk HPV early means you should be monitored for abnormal cell changes. Abnormal changes can be treated so they do not get a chance to turn into cervical cancer. So do attend the follow up appointments
Best of luck