A 26-year-old female asked:
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i'v active hpv gnital warts & might high risks too.if my fture partner got vaccinated can he sex & perform oral on me w/o get the virus into his mouth/gntal & pass back to me?i got g.wart by frottage/im still a virgin/only vccinated w/cervarix 7y ago

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Dr. James Ferguson
45 years experience Pediatrics
Some basics: The cervarix vaccine contains material that only helps against 2 high risk strains (out of 7 or more), not the genital wart strains.The strains eventually clear after 2 +/- yrs & are most contagious during that 2 yrs. After clearing they rarely return and do not pass back & forth like a strep throat. You can benefit from the newer Gardasil 9 vaccine that covers 5 other high risk strains.
Answered on Mar 10, 2020
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Dr. Hunter Handsfield
52 years experience Infectious Disease
New infection with the same HPV types is rare, if it occurs at all. If a future partner is vaccinated with Gardasil 9, he probably will be protected from the HPV types you have. However, by then you probably will no longer have active infection.
Mar 10, 2020

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