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How do you get hpv from a man to a man?

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Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics 46 years experience
Skin to skin contact: The hpv is passed from the infected skin surface of one person to another. Affecting whatever surfaces are involved.

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Can a man get rid of HPV permanently?

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Dr. Jessica Khan
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Yes: Check with your doctor. It is a wart and can be burned out of existence in expert hands.

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