What concerns me a little is that her PAP has never been abnormal. I thought colposcopy is usually done when the PAP shows some abnormality, not just for a positive HPV test, so I'm wondering why the doc is doing it. But maybe he's being extra cautious because the HPV has re-emerged, and it is the high-risk type. Maybe he knows that only this procedure will relieve my DD's anxiety. He's been her doc for years and knows her well.
Girls, just letting you know that mothers never stop being mothers, even when they're old enough to be grandmothers like me!