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Is It Risky To Have A Vaginal Delivery With Hpv Warts
Rarely: Although warts caused by hpv may grow more quickly in pregnancy, unless they are large enough to block the vagina, there is no evidence that having a c-section for this reason is a good idea. Very rarely hpv can cause similar small growths in babies. Trichloroacetic acid, as well as cryotherapy, laser, and other surgical methods can be used to safely treat genital warts during pregnancy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infection. There are over 100 different types of HPV that causes warts in different areas of the body. HPV is incredibly common and almost all sexually active men and women get it during their lifetime. Most of the time HPV does not cause any symptoms or complications. However, A limited number of these HPV viruses are pathogenic and if not monitored carefully can be responsible for causing cervical and penile cancer. Some of these viruses have been ...Read more
Yes: Just that the viral nuclear material did not show up on the pap test. ...Read more
Safe: It is safe to have a vaginal delivery with genital warts. Extensive warts can, at times, obstruct labor, but majority of the time this will not be an issue. There is a very rare benign condition called laryngeal papillomatosis, which are benign growths linked to hpv but transmission rates to the baby are extremely low, and studies show that benefits of a c-section in this case are unknown. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ok there was discrepancy on HPV and condoms does HPV have a high chance to be transmitted thru vaginal intercourse with a condom should I be worried?!
No guarantee: There is no guarantee that a condom will stop HPV.Prevention rate is estimated at 80%.No protection is afforded to any tissue not covered by the condom that may come in contact with any sexual fluids.Any sexual contact can pass a variety of diseases including HPV. The vaccine is helpful in preventing it but only for the strains in the vaccine and only if taken before exposure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If a person has had genital warts before but does not have warts at present time is it safe to have sex with them?
Is it safe for a pregnant woman with genital herpes to deliver her baby without having a c-section?
Genital herpes: If a woman with genital herpes has no active lesions at the time she goes into labor, a vaginal delivery is safe. Women with active herpes at the time of labor are delivered by c-section. Valtrex (valacyclovir) beginning at 36 weeks is being used to decrease the risk of active herpes at delivery. ...Read more
Can a woman with genital herpes deliver a baby vaginally without medication when there is no outbreak?
Is it still possible for my partner to contract Genital Warts or HPV through unprotected or oral sex even if i no longer have the warts?
Yes, possible...: HPV-free environment is unlikely and many so-affected could be free of its related sign or symptom; the odd to contract under the described scenario will naturally be much less than that with obvious lesion. Life reality tells contact does not mean contract and contract does not mean develop a disease; this reflects individual natural defense mechanism, that is, external barrier & intermal humoral ...Read more
How likely is it for a male to get visible genital warts after having unprotected sex with a girl that has one wart? Is there a chance he never will?
Very low: The chance of transmission of genital warts is actually lower than what the general population believes. There are numerous articles which cite numbers. However, anecdotally, some never even get it regardless of how much exposure they have had. The majority will get it if they have intercourse enough times with an infected partner. The chance however after 1 encounter is incredibly low. ...Read more
If you have genital herpes is there a greater risk of having HIV without sex can it turn to HIV easily?
Use protection: The risk of contracting from an infected partner depends on a number of factors, including type of sex, anal, vaginal, or oral (in decreasing order of risk, but all carry risk). Transmission can occur with one exposure, and there are biological factors that increase risk (other STDs, viral load, and inflammation, just to name a few). Condoms are not 100%, but they are highly effective. Take care ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If a woman with high risk HPV -cerivcal dsyplasma gives a man oral job only is it transmitt able or not.
Depends: HPV is a site specific invader. If she has HPV in her oral cavity it could be transferred to your penis during oral sex. If not, you would acquire it on your penis through vaginal sex. ( If that is where she has it. ) It does not travel in her blood to her oral cavity but could get there from oral on an infected person. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How is oral HPV transmitted to to mouth. And the female is HPV cervical dysplasia and performs just oral sex one time is it still transmitted.
Oral Sex: In this ongoing quest to give you information about a virus that is ambiguous and difficult to describe and test for, the female in this situation is at so much more risk than the male. The male, if he has not cleared the hpv he got as a younger person, is much more likely to be passing this on to the female than the other way around. ...Read more
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