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Oral Hpv And Genital
Difference between oral hpv-16 and genital hpv-16? If I tested negative for genital HPV does that mean I don't have HPV orally? (gave unprotec oral sex)
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
How common are oral warts from genital hpv? Can you get them when you share a cup with someone who has oral warts or am I just paranoid?
HPV and Oral Cancer: While the number of people with oral hpv infection has increased, the transmission is still considered to be sexual. Sharing a cup with someone with known oral hpv (which is not easily detected unless they have hpv + oral cancer) does not seem to be a risk factor. Smoking, having multiple past sexual partners (or a partner who does) and known genital hpv infection increases the risk for oral hpv. ...Read more
? What came first: Similar to chicken and the egg. Both presently exist and one can give you the other. ...Read more
Depends: If you have the HPV that causes genital warts then sometimes a specialist that does surgery of the throat may have to laser off the lesions. The other HPVs that cause cervical cancer can cause throat cancer as well. If you have a persistent throat issue see an ENT physician for evaluation. IF trying to get rid of the HPV, use a condom even with oral to lower exposure to aid your immune system. ...Read more
How common is the oral HPV? I have genitals high risk. But was wondering about the oral type. How often does it occur? Is it as much as genitals?
Oral HPV...: ...is quite common, but not as frequent as genital infection. There is no "oral type" of HPV; the same viruses that cause genital infection sometimes infect the mouth and throat. The vast majority of oral infections never cause symptoms, clear up, and do not lead to any serious problem. Follow your doctor's advice about genital HPV (follow-up paps, etc), but you can disregard oral. No worries. ...Read more
Can one contract HPV from skin-to-skin oral contact with someone's genitals or does there have to be an exchange of liquid fluids?
Yes you can: Oral-genital contact can spread this condition.Get a more detailed answer ›
How likely is it to contract HPV through heterosexual fondling (no genital to genital touching)? How likely is it to contract from receiving oral sex?
HPV: Yes, the strains of organisms do not differentiate. ...Read more
A girl I know has genital hpv, but wants to give me oral sex, can I (male) contract HPV this way?
If her hsv: Is only genital prob ok I would use a condom anyway ...Read more
Are oral HPV infections rare? Less common than genital? I'm in monogamous marriage. Was hpv+ before hyst for benign reasons. Told I don't need to worry?
HPV: Oral HPV is common. The same types of HPV that infect genital areas can infect the mouth and throat. HPV in the mouth and throat is called “oral HPV.” Some types of oral HPV can cause cancers of the head and neck area. Other types of oral HPV can cause warts in the mouth or throat. In most cases, HPV infections of all types go away before causing clinical problems. ...Read more
I tested for hpv PCR, all low and high risk types are Negative. Is this only negative for genital HPV or it confirms that I do not have oral HPV too?
Need to know Site of: Tell us about the site from where the specimen for PCR was obtained. Unless you have a sample taken from throat and get it tested for HPV, you would not find out the answer to your question. Your doctor who did the first test for you is the best guide to address your need to know. Good luck. ...Read more
2 days ago I had oral sex w/ genital contact with a man I found out has HPV w/ warts is it possible for me to already have warts I have had protected sex with him within the past year, but just found out that he has HPV genital warts.
Will my partner contract HPV or genital warts through unprotected or oral sex even though mine have cleared up?
Here are some...: Many adults are HPV carriers with no visible HPV-related lesion on skin or mucosa. So, continue what you have been doing as long as both are free of symptoms or signs for STDs. If being in high risk for STD like ones with multiple partners, bisexual, anal, etc., be tested and counseled for safer sex practice. Note: Complete abstinence is the only way for prevention; that is life reality. ...Read more
I have genital wart hpv. I had oral and vaginal sex with a new partner and did not use protection. What are the consequences of that?
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
I haven't been able to get a direct answer online. Can a woman get HPV/genital warts from a partner who has cold sores during oral sex?
Different virus: The cold sores are due to Herpes simplex virus (HSV) type 1 or 2, while the genital warts are caused by strains of the human papilloma virus (HPV). Oral sex with a cold sore may transfer that virus, but not the other. If the person in question also has or has had genital warts, they may be shedding that virus and pass it during genital to genital contact. ...Read more
Can HPV jump from a genital organ to oral cavity? Is giving oral sex to man the only risk factor for oral hpv? Can oral HPV lay dormant in oral cavity?
Yes: Hpv can jump from gential to oral cavity. Smoking is a risk factor for oral cancer. Once you have hpv doesn't mean you'll get cancer, only makes it possible, like an opportunity. Yes oral hpv can lay dormant in oral cavity. The risk also increases with the number of sexual partners a person has. Smoking also increases the risk of oral hpv infection. ...Read more
Had genital warts, had them froze off all, gone now. So ill just have the HPV virus if a boy performed oral sex on me would he get anything? Nowartsnow
I just found out I have high risk HPV (no genital warts) can my boyfriend get it from performing oral sex?
All things HPV:: No oral spread. The best summary of the HPV virus, in all its forms, is the one on Wikipedia. Https://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/Human_papillomavirus I learned a lot & you will too! Many of your fears will be eased (and some might be raised). It's good that you know you have a high risk type so you will be faithful about getting follow-up PAPs & early treatment if your PAP's show suspicious lesions. ...Read more
I had vaginal and oral sex with my husband. I have tonsillitis for a month. I also have HPV with genital warts. Is HPV the cause of the tonsillitis?
HPV: Most likely given your history, social activity and duration of pharyngitis. Certain types of HPV infections are connected to pharyngeal cancer. I strongly recommend practicing safe sex with barrier to protect your partner. It is likely you have passed the HPV to your partner who in turn has passed it back to you in the pharynx. ...Read more
Genital and oral HPV are different types, right? Can any of genital strains of HPV also live in mouth (saliva, gums)?
Not so fast: The cancer associated strains that are known to cause cervical cancer can also cause throat, penile & anal cancer. The germ is specific to the sexual practices of those who carry it. Genital/oral/anal strains are specific to those types of skin, so they do not live on your shoulder/feet/etc. But they are capable of living in several sites. ...Read more
I had oral sex With my husband from 3years ago he had genital wart dose I get oral hpv, it possible infect my family through eating same dish saliva?
Unpredictable.: One won't know she has oral HPV in the mouth or throat unless there's an abnormal spot or lump. Tiny spots of HPV would not be noticed by the person. Some strains of HPV don't cause big problems. One should get vaccinated against the bad strains of HPV (Gardasil-9 vaccine), to help prevent ano-genital infections. In real life, sharing food or water is fine, but maybe not chewing for somebody else. ...Read more
Can I spread genital warts by preforming oral sex on a woman if I have no warts in my mouth? Should I worry about spreading HPV/warts this way? Also, is kissing risky if I don't have warts or anything in my mouth?
Probably no risk: With genital warts, the HPV infection probably is limited to your genital area, and you can pass it to partners only if they have intimate contact with your genital area. HPV can infect the oral cavity, but not as often as genital. HPV is rarely if ever spread by kissing. Nobody is likely to catch HPV from any kind of contact with your mouth. ...Read more
Can hpv/genital wart get passed on through oral sex? My bf had oral sex with me and I have HPV and a genital wart, can that be passed on to him through the mouth and can I get hpv/ wart of the mouth if he kissed me after oral sex?
If you touch the genital warts on scrotum and put your ur hand in your mouth. Will you get oral hpv? Possibility? Scared!!
Possible?: Sure, many things are possible in life. That is one of the main reasons to remain monogamous... meaning to have very few sexual partners in one's lifetime. That way, a couple can do pretty much anything they want to do, and still have a low exposure to various germs. In life, if one is a worrier, DON'T do the risky stuff. It's really that simple. ...Read more
I gave my boyfriend oral sex, he only had a few warts on his pubic/pelvis but not on his penis. Is there still a chance of me contracting hpv? If so, would it only in the mouth? Does sperm play a role?
Varies: In the pre-vaccine era, random bloodwork at college clinics occasionally showed up to 70% of women had evidence of prior infection. Since most strains show no visible signs or symptoms, it is easily acquired and passed by people who don't know they carry it. Hopefully, the vaccine will eventually lead to a decline in prevalence. ...Read more
Guy with genital hpv touched the toilets doorknob, can I get hpv too if 6hours later I touch the doorknob and then my genitals? Or through handshake?
No: Transfer of this germ requires skin to skin contact. ...Read more
The major organs of the reproductive system includes, the external genitalia (penis and vulva) as well as a number of internal organs including the gamete producing gonads (testicles and ovaries). Diseases of the human reproductive system are very common and widespread, particularly ...Read more