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  1. geanierod
  2. Infertility Discussion
  3. Friday, 29 March 2013
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I was raped as a teenager and caught HPV.
I went though freezing treatment and never been preagnant even though in my early 20's wasn't carefull with my then partner. Could this have affected my chances of getting preagnant?? I am now 4 moths away from my 35th birthday and the only time I suspected to be preagnant was right after rape, I think I had a miscarriage, could HPV treatment affect the possibilities of becoming preagnant?? This day I am HPV free, thank god.
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DrNorian Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
Firstly, I am extremely sorry to hear about what happened to you as a teenager. It seems like you are coping well.

But to answer your question, now that you have tested negative for HPV and do not have a current infection, it is very unlikely for it to affect your fertility. This being said, there may be something else going on and I would encourage you to reach out to a reproductive specialist. It's important to evaluate your fallopian tubes to make sure that they are open as women with a history of a pelvic infection are at increased risk of tubal blockage.

I hope that I gave you some more insight. Best regards,
Dr. Norian
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