If your test came back positive for two CF gene mutations, you have Cystic Fibrosis. Do you know what your mutations are? What symptoms have you had throughout your life, other than "asthma"? As for you sweat test as a kid, it is not uncommon to have a high norm result, it really should have been repeated. A lot of CF patients are misdiagnosed as simply having asthma.
As for future children, if you have CF, and your husband is a carrier, I beleive that the chances that you will have a baby with CF is 50% with each pregnancy. Your genetics prof can correct me if I am wrong. If both parents are just carriers, you have a 25% chance with each pregnancy that your baby will have CF.
At your CF clinic appointment you will probably meet the "CF team", which typically includes docs, nurses, RT, nutriton, social work. They will probably do further blood work, including vitamin levels, LFT's, etc. Sputum cultures along with PFT's (to measure you lung function and capacity) are also something they may do. They will probably do a lot of education with you, spend a lot of time answering your questions.
Hope this helps you out somewhat... I know, its overwhelming to think about.