Doctor insights on: Male hpv carrier
It's interesting that you ask: just to double check myself I checked the cdc. Gov and the webmed. Com websites and did not find an answer.
http://www. Cdc. Gov/std/hpv/stdfact-hpv-and-men. Htm
sciencenews. Org did provide an answer: the median clearance time is 7.5 months, but it can take up to 24 months (based on a study). It is probably a good idea to give it 3 years, before assuming to be free. ...Read more
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
Probably.: We've learned a lot about hpv in the past 25 years. Most people who have it clear it completely from their system so that it's undetectable for life by even research techniques. There are a few who do hang onto it in hiding, undetectable until it comes back out later in life. Others stay testing positive for life. These are the people considered chronic carriers. ...Read more
If your partner was diagnosed with HPV, my understanding is that it is fairly certain that you also have HPV. Do I now remain a carrier for life?
Probably not: HPV DNA often persists in tissues, but the actual frequency isn't known. However, the immune system suppresses active infection within a year or two, and most people never have another problem, even if DNA persists. For practical purposes, the infection is cured. Most people with HPV are not "carriers for life". You'll probably never have a problem and unlikely to infect future partners. ...Read more
If you are vaccinated for certain HPV strands, can you be a carrier to them if exposed and pass them on to other sex partners?
No: The HPV vaccines (Gardasil9 and others) will help you develop antibodies against the strains included in the vaccine. With these antibodies your system rejects infection or carrier state of those strains. It would not prevent you from infection or carrying strains not in the vaccine. If you acquired these other strains you could pass them. ...Read more
Is it possible for HPV to ping-pong back and forth between monogamous partners given reasonable time? And do we remain carriers for life?
Toss The Right Thing:
According to National Cervical Cancer Coalition"Current partners are likely to share HPV"and"Partners who are sexually intimate only with each other are not likely to pass the same virus back and forth."However, there are a few details you need to work out and I'd advise you check their website: http://www. Nccc-online. Org/
Remember that other things CAN be tossed back and forth (like compliments) ...Read more
No: Not sure what you mean by gestational carrier. However, women how are hpv positive have a very low risk of passing on hpv infection to offspring. Hpv is often indolent. In cases where the immune system is affected hpv may result in active disease which can result in infection of the child during birth. ...Read more
It seems gardasil has made my partner a carrier because now I am HPV h6/h11 phenotype expressive. How is this possible?
Once HPV leaves the body & tests show negative, will I still be a carrier? Or I'm cleared from the disease for ever? No partner. No intercourse. None
No: Only high risk hpv infections put you at higher risk. If you are referring to low grade dysplasia, that's a different issue and typically means that you do have high risk hpv. ...Read more
Is it someone who ever infected HPV virus turn to virus carrier? Female and how to cure it, so in can't be a virus carrier person
I have low grade HPV and my husband is a carrier, we are both infected. Will this be deadly and can we contiue to have unprotected sex?
Exclusively, yes: If you two are the only two people involved in sexual contact, unprotected sex is all yours. However, if you have an abnormal pap smear, please get it evaluated with your GYN ASAP to avoid any possible future cervical disease. ...Read more
I'm a girl who diagnosed w/ mild cervical dysplasia! I was wondering what's the effect on my boyfriend? Will he get HPV or will he just be carrier?
He already has it: Likely if you have cervical dysplasia, which is a way of saying that you've come in contact with hpv, then your boyfriend has hpv too. Most people have come in contact with hpv. Males tend not to have any changes in the cells on their penis however. He needn't worry, nor should you. If you're sexually active, chances are very high will contact hpv. Just follow doctor's advice, you'll be fine. ...Read more
I'm a 53 Female HPV carrier & wish to know if I can donate blood, for doesn't a blood borne virus would make me ineligible? Can they screen for it?
Yes: HPV is a local tissue infection. It does not travel through the blood and can never be passed through a transfusion. There will be circulating antibodies to HPV in the blood, but these are not a problem. Blood centers would not routinely look for HPV antibodies. Most will ask you basic questions about sexual contacts & some STD's (not HPV). ...Read more
Genital warts removed from base of my penis. However aware that still a carrier of HPV. Worried about infecting future safe partners.?
Here are some. ..: Once infected with HPV, its virus will almost stay with you forever although you may have no clinically detectable visible warts. In reality, just exercise higher diligence & vigilance for safer sex. Besides, make sure to have regular PAP smear for sex partner. There is no practical need to be overly anxious about it; just move & live on; if seeing something, deal with it timely. ...Read more
Does HPV virus transfer only when the carrier (host)has an infection (CIN)? Where is HPV located? Only inside the vagina/cervix or thighs/skin outside?
? word games?: The HPV virus becomes a long term resident of the person it infects. While it is obvious it can transfer while visible lesions are present (like warts), it can also be passed periodically if no lesions exist at all. The sites of residence are those preferred by the strain involved. Wart strains are more external while those cancer related strains are more internal. ...Read more
Most are benign: Over 120 different types of hpv. Different types infect different parts of body. Most are harmless, easily treatable and not precancerous. Some produce warts that are easily seen and others growths that are nearly invisible. Types 16 and 18 account for vast majority of cervical cancers. Type 16 has been linked to oral cancer. Contact spreads the virus.Sexual contact spreads types 16, 18 and others. ...Read more