Yes, I have been struggling for the last 18 mos with the same thing - I am 41, two teenagers, one sexual partner for life(and I am his only as well), good health, no risk factors at all for HPV, but it appears that I also have it. Apparently, 10% of the population have been found to have this from birth . .. either that or I got it from a student health center, or?? Anyway, don't panic! My gynecologist says that it takes about 10 years to go from abnormal cells to true invasive cervical cancer, so if we are having PAPs even every year, we should really not been at risk for serious stuff. I, too have had colposcopys - two at this time, one LEEP, and will also be rechecked in 4 mos. I was one the last PAP to be in the "all clear" when this last one came back LGSIL. However, my biopsys have never come back even with mild dysplasia. SO hang in there - some of the newest info is coming out with findings that HPV may not indeed be a forever thing - that the body's immune system may eventually take care of it. Till then, do what you need to do to feel safe and healthy! And should you ever need to have a LEEP - don't worry, they are more comfortable than the colposcopy!