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Catch Hpv Bathing Person
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
Unlikely? Possibly?: Hpv is presumed to survive a short time outside the infected person, so if a swimsuit comes off an infected person and goes immediately onto a second person, it makes sense that the second person can catch the hpv. If a swimsuit goes in the washer/dryer before the second person wears it, the second person is safe. If a swimsuit isn't washed but just hung up to dry, possibly hpv lives hours? Days? ...Read more
Can I catch a std's such as syphilis, HSV or HPV by wearing someone's else dry bathing suit over my underwear?
Unlikely: There seems to be a component of active skin to skin contact with the body parts susceptible for HPV transfer. You are unlikely to have your hands contaminated with virus and contact her genital skin to make the transfer. However, mothers can pass the virus to a baby during a vaginal delivery if she is shedding virus. It can lay dormant up to 2 years before showing up as genital or vocal cord warts. ...Read more
No risk: The genital HPV types are not transmitted by nonsexual contact. Household contacts never get it despite years of sharing kitchens, bathrooms, clothing, towels, eating and drinking utensils, etc -- and not by bathing together. Your daughter is not at risk in the slightest. Don't worry about it. ...Read more
No : Human papilloma virus is transmitted through sexual contact not through inanimate objects. ...Read more
Could I have passed hpv-18 to my son during child birth? Is it possible that my children can get it from sharing a bath, wash cloth, or toilet seat?
If you have HPV, can you give it to your children if you kiss, bathe or change their diapers? I don't know if I have this or not. I have never had warts & all my pap smears have been normal. My hubby has never had warts either.
Child care: Genital HPV - the types that cause genital warts, cervical dysplasia, cervical cancer, penile cancer, anal cancer and throat cancer are transmitted sexually. These types of HPV are not transmitted through providing child care. Since you have never had genital warts or an abnormal pap smear then there is not currently a reason for you to fear HPV. ...Read more
If I wash my genitals in bath or toilet, in case of having hpv, washing my hands with soap will be enough? Can the virus spread other parts of body?
Washing with: Warm clean soap and water should be fine. Specific types of warts usually occur primarily in specific parts of the body. ...Read more
What are the chances of not catching HPV from person who's infected when you have unprotected sex?
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
My husband wiped a bleeding cut with a sweat rag from another person. The rag was damp, can he catch a disease like HPV or whatever they could have?
Can a person catch HPV if the person's eye came in contact with the ejaculate of a guy who has HPV?
Venereal disease: With venereal disease nothing is impossible.Get a more detailed answer ›
Well washed? No: If not washed, perhaps. The most dangerous is skin-to-skin or fluids to skin. Unwashed, recently worn fabric might still be able to spread the disease, so have a test if necessary and BE CAREFUL! Glad you asked. Hope you're fine. ...Read more
Doubtful: There appears to be a requirement for skin to skin contact and abrasive force before this tissue surface germ can affix itself and trigger an infection. Saliva also has some anti-infective capabilities. If a person has an altered immune system from HIV or chemo, they may be at risk. Otherwise I doubt it would be an issue. ...Read more
Can you catch hpv from a toliet seat urine or can you catch a disease from urine period please help?
Here are some ...: Catching virus or bacteria doesn't mean going to contract and develop disease by virus or bacteria because we constantly rely on the natural barriers — skin/ mucosa, and personal defense immune ability to win the invisible war against the all microorganisms inside and around us. Of course, taking precaution with sanitary approach to daily living would help, but not overzealous and even obsessive. ...Read more
Am i at risk of catching HPV by trying on a pair of jeans (with my underwear on) previously worn by a friend of mine?
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