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Testing positive for HPV does not directly impact your chances of getting pregnant,
However, this does mean that you need close follow up during and even after pregnancy to check for any complications related to the HPV infection.
So, certainly go ahead and plan for your pregnancy with your husband, just keep your gynecologist in the loop though,
Hope this helps, let me know if you need more inputs,
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HPV infection generally does not lead to anything serious for many years, so testing after an year is alright in case this is the only finding.
You can ask them for the type of HPV, but follow up is all that is needed. In a majority of women, HPV clears naturally within an year or so,
HPV does not directly cause any bleeding after intercourse,
A detailed PV examination is needed to find the cause of your bleeding after intercourse, if not done recently,
Causes of bleeding after sex
Bleeding after sex can be a sign of a health condition:
Read more here
I would recommend interacting your GP for a gynecological appointment,
Warm regards & stay safe,