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I had a pap smear and it can back with adinormal cells, and a suggestion that is was Gential warts. Does that mean I have them and if i did have them and was treated for it after i was treated could i have sex with my boyfriend with out a condom and not give it to him?
It sounds as if your Pap smear has suggested that you have the Human Papilloma Virus present. This does not always cause the appearance of genital warts although they may apear in the future. You should be getting regular Pap smears done at the present (follow your doctor's advice with this) to follow whether you are developing significant abnormalities on your cervix, which will need treatment. Even after treatment you can remain infectious to your sexual partner.
Your immune system is more likely to control the infection if you do not smoke, eat a diet with plenty of fruit and vegetables, and get adequate sleep.
Best wishes.
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