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Can You Get Hpv From Drinking After Someone
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
NO YOU DO NOT: No you do not get it from drinking after people. ...Read more
Here are some. ..: This question shows you as a health-conscious person. But, to HPV, there has been no known evidence to support this concern although anecdotal auto-infection or non-sexual transmission of HPV have been occasionally reported. In fact, some 1% of sexually active adults have wart although some 10-15% of them have (+) HPV DNA test, suggesting most of the infected are symptom-free. More? Ask Doc. ...Read more
If some one you know has HPV in there mouth can you get it if you drink from there cups or ate food they made.
Yes, possiblly: Hpv is a viral disease and can be spread by contact or toutching contaminated persons or fomites. How long the virus might live on a fomite like a cup and still be infectious is not known exactly but it should dry out in a few minutes or after washing. Contaminated food would be unlikely. ...Read more
20 years old female, smoking and drinking for a year. I have sore throat and small little ball, like the one you get from HPV throat cancer.
Throat: Your question can only be answered by having an examination. See your doctor or an ENT for an exam asap. ...Read more
Anxious about oral cancer. I have been treated for HPV warts in the past. I've had regular dental check ups. I do get a scratchy throat some times. No tobacco use, light drinking. Should I be concerned?
No worries: Only certain throat cancers, not all oral cancer, are due to HPV; and those cancers are caused by HPV16, which doesn't cause genital warts. You definitely are not at risk from your past GWs. Despite increasing HPV related throat cancer and media attention to it, it remains uncommon. When it happens, usually after age 50, and causes no scratchy throat or other symptoms. So no worries about it! ...Read more
This may be a silly question but I drinked after someone who has HPV am I ok? Its was just a sip of their drink..
Good Question: Hpv can be potentially be transmitted from kissing, especially french kissing because of contact with the mucosa - the inside lining of your mouth. It can be transmitted through genital sex and oral to genital sex. There is no data about contracting hpv from towels or drinking glasses... I think that is less likely a possibility. ...Read more
Human Papillomavirus: Can only cause warts in humans. Dogs have their own variant called CPV (canine papillomavirus). If you have pets who regularly drink out of the toilet and also lick family members on the face, you would be wise to remind all household members to put the lid down on the toilet after each use to prevent the dog from using the toilet as a water bowl. ...Read more
I have mild dysplacia and I've been taking HPV shots. I have one more to go. Is there anything I can drink or eat to help it go away?
Young women like you almost always get rid of cervical dysplasia on their own. That is why it is no longer recommended by the asccp to start pap smear screening until age 21.
Your own immune system will cure this problem no matter what you eat or drink, but a well-balanced diet and getting enough sleep are a good idea for anyone, including you. ...Read more
Can oral HPV pass from one to another by smoking the same cigarette or drinking from the same straw or glass? I am terryfied!
Hold on now, oral: Hpv, it's incidence, rate of disease among those exposed, clearance rate, are not as well delineated as in the reproductive tract. It is linked with esophageal cancer, which is uncommon, and perhaps other oral and throat cancers, all of which are not that common. It's unlikely these are caused by casual interaction. You are at least 1000x more likely to suffer from smoking. Relax on oral hpv. ...Read more
I took a sip with MY straw from the drink of a person infected with oral HPV (she had already drunk from her cup). Can I catch HPV this way?
VERY UNLIKELY: The transfer of this germ generally requires direct contact by two surfaces involved. A little germ debris floating in a drink does not have the power to grind into your tissue. I would not sweat the issue. ...Read more
Could I develop tonsil cancer without smoking/drinking or having HPV? Like, what are the chances?
Very low: Those are the main risk factorsGet a more detailed answer ›
What are reasons that HPV doesn't spread when sharing food, drinking from same glass etc.? Is it because of the very small amount of virus?
HPV: This virus is transmitted by direct skin to skin contact and will die quickly outside the body. It is conceivable that it could be transmitted by inanimate objects but not generally by an oral route where saliva should destroy the virus. Immediate sharing of a dildo may provide transfer of the virus from person to person. ...Read more
Can I drink alcohol after I've got HPV injection? And I have HPV 16, 33, 35. Next month I have to injection again and 1 more after 3 month
Can I still have babies even after I have had HPV and clamidia I had a leep done for the HPV and I took the drink for the clamidia
16 year old, small bump on frenulum under tongue with no pain, never chewed/ smoke tobacco, I don't drink alacohol, don't have hpv, What do I have?
Probably Benign: Little bumps in the mouth can occur for lots of reasons - this could be a normal salivary gland, or perhaps something called a 'mucocele', which is quite common. Your age, and your good decisions not to smoke or drink alcohol make this highly unlikely to be a cancer or something dangerous. If the bump becomes painful, grows, or you're still worried, see your dentist or doctor! ...Read more
If one gets high risk HPV orally can it be spread through saliva onto person in the sense of one drinking from the same glass as the infected perso?
Don't Drink/smoke/hpv and had screening last june. Now white spot below gums. Hurt for 3days, got smaller and does not hurt after 7days. Cancer?
Canker sore: Is the most common oral lesion. Individual ulcers typically last 1-2 weeks. The condition is idiopathic (cause is not known) recurrent aphthous ulcers is usually self-limiting. Try to keep adequate oral hygiene as possible. If concerned see your dentist after 10 days or visit today for laser immediate amelioration. ...Read more
I have a big round white ulcer like thing on my left tonsil which is very painful. Tonsil cancer? (no smoking, no drinking, no HPV)
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