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Infertility caused by HPV and other infections

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Can HPV and acid reflux caused fertility issues. I have been tryin to conceive for years? Also I have never had a orgaism or experince any vigianl ejaulatuion. Can that be a medical problem.


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replied February 5th, 2009
Vaginal and Uterus Health Answer A5689



Current medical status: I have been dianogsed with HPV and then LSIL. Also Acid reflux
Current medical treatment: none just routine check-ups(GYN)


Neither Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) infection nor acid reflyx can cause infertility. HPV infection can cause infertility indirectly by damaging the cervix and/or uterus that will need further surgical removing of the uterus. It can also be a sign of weakened immune system that has no power to fight other infections. Some of these additional infections can cause infertility on their own. Not having an orgasm and vaginal ejaculation can not be cause for infertility either.
There are a large number of possible causes for infertility. They should be examined and evaluated carefully by health care professional.


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