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I Just Got A Hpv Shot Can I Masturbate
I got HPV vaccine at my routine checkup. How long after the shot should I wait until I can masturbate?
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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
I've never had any sexual activity besides masturbation (alone) & I have what I believe to be a wart on my vagina. I Had the HPV shot. Is this a wart?
Can not say: Without examining the bump, no specific label is possible. ...Read more
Yes: It is a contact infection. No matter what you are doing, if your naked skin gets in contact with it, it can hitch a ride and hang on in which case you become the lucky owner of your own hpv. You will know when you notice the warty growth on the body part that got in contact with your partner's wart or hpv. ...Read more
I masturbated using spit (saliva) as a lube. Is this ok? I've read answers on here saying using spit can lead to HPV or gonnorrhea.
I was masturbateing and for got to wash my hands because my daughter was calling me came out and picked her up did I just give my chikd hpv?
Probably not: Probably not, however, unless your hands contacted a HPV lesion (wart) and then touched a mucous membrane of your daughter intimately, then transfer is only remotely possible. Hand washing is great for preventing these kinds of issues as well as colds and viruses of any other kind. ...Read more
No visible warts now but I may be hpv positive. Does masturbation spread the virus? Can I masturbate in between getting vaccine?
HPV infection: I'm not sure how you would know you "may be HPV positive" if you don't have warts. If you are the partner of someone with genital HPV (e.g. an abnormal pap smear), you may or may not be infected. But if you see no skin abnormalities, you needn't worry at all. Everyone gets HPV, usually several times; by age 48, for sure you have had it, and also too old for vaccine. Masturbation causes no harm. ...Read more
I touched my daughter's face shortly after I masturbated. I have high risk HPV. Washed hands but not properly (short time) Can she get HPV?
Wouldn't think so: Hand washing would usually remove the germ. These strains will also not live on/in fascial skin. Even when contacting susceptible genital tissues there appears to be an abrasive quality in the contact needed to pass the germ. ...Read more
No: There are dozens of strains of HPV and only 2 are known to cause genital warts. Each strain has its preferred location, and the plantar wart strain is one that lives within regular skin while the genital wart prefers the very different skin structure of the genitals and perianal area. ...Read more
During masturbation, I touch my cervix with my fingers (washed hands before). Is this likely to cause HPV or cervical cancer?
I got this pain feeling in the back left side of my throat after I got a HPV shot and now just noticed a black spot what would it be?!
It depends: Without a physician examination to look at the black spot, it is difficult to say what it would be. ...Read more
Yes: Gardasil cover 4 strains of hpv and there are more than 100 other strains out there. Luckily, Gardasil covers the 2 types that cause 90% of genital warts and the 2 types that cause 70% of cervical cancer. Gardasil is great, but it's not an excuse to not use condoms when having sex to protect yourself. ...Read more
Yes: The vaccine only protects against certain strains of HPV--the ones that are most commonly indicated in cervical cancer and genital warts. But HPV has over 100 strains so, yes, you can still get HPV but the (very good) idea is that you protect yourself against the most commonly worst. Do not let this deter you from getting the vaccine. ...Read more
Not completely: Studies have shown that full immunity and complete benefit is only achieved in individuals who receive all three injections of the Gardasil vaccine. The vaccination schedule is at 0, 2, and 6 months. ...Read more
Here are. ..: Gardasil (for 6, 11, 16 &18 strains) has been recommended for males of 9-15 yrs and for females of 9-26 yrs as proved in June 2006 in the US. ...Read more
HPV vaccine: HPV types 6, 11, 16, 18 are the most common that cause genital warts and are involved in cervical cancer and are the ones that are included in the vaccine. Technically if you receive the vaccine according to schedule you should not get these types, however not everyone responds to vaccines. Furthermore, it is possible to get strains that are not in the vaccine. So yes, you can still get warts ...Read more
Depends: If you have pre-existing hpv infection prior to the Gardasil vaccine or if you acquire a different type of hpv (other than 16, 18, 6, or 11), you could pass it along to your partner. Gardasil protects from the 4 hpv types mentioned above, which are linked to 90% of genital warts and 70% of all cervical cancers. ...Read more
Possible: The protection is best after all three injections. However, even one injection could infer some protection. ...Read more
DNA viruses: Hpvs are dna viruses that can cause warts, premalignancy / dysplasia, and cancers in people. Some strains are associated with skin infections and cause warts only (like warts on feet and fingers). Other strains are more commonly seen on the genitals (cervix, vagina, penis, anus, etc...) and can be spread by sexual contact. The pap test and hpv dna tests and biopsies are used to diagnose hpv. ...Read more
Should you get the gardisil shot again for a second time being that it doesn't protect you from HPV for a lifetime?
Confusing question: This vaccine is given in a 3 shot series. At present we know that a single dose will produce limited and transient protection but research supports long term benefit if the series is completed. It has the potential for complete protection for life. How long the actual duration will be is hard to say until we have 25 or more years of use by enough people. ...Read more
I got HPV with no warts and I had the shots before it! I was wondering if my partner never had the shots is it possible for him to get warts?
First and foremost your boyfriend needs the hpv vaccine. That is an absolute must!
second there are over 140 strains of hpv. Thirteen strains cause most of the deadly disease, four cause 95% of the cancers we see in the U.S. Gardisil protects against these four strains.
Most young adults (96% in some studies) are exposed to hpv by age 26.
Your boyfriend very well may already have hpv as wel. ...Read more
Can you still get HPV before getting the 3rd Gardasil shot? Do the shots work even if TA more time than the recommended wait time between them?
Yes: Keep in mind the vaccine covers certain strains and it is possible to get a strain that is not covered, or you may not respond to the vaccine as well. The time frame is fine as long as it is longer than recommended ...Read more
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