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Safe Sex And Genital Warts
Had clear genital warts since 3 weeks, eathing healthy diet full of vitamin + supplement. What to do to prevent them and can I have safe sex again?
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
Can still transmit:
Even when the virus is dormant (when one is not having a wart/lesion, etc) it can still be transmitted. It is not a guarantee that he would contract the infection, but it is still a definite possibility and (unfortunately), condoms have not been shown to provide reliable prevention of hpv.
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If a person has had genital warts before but does not have warts at present time is it safe to have sex with them?
No is not: May take 2 years to gain immunity against the warts. So meanwhile the disease can still be transmitted. ...Read more
My boyfriend had genital warts a while ago and had a recurrence recently, once they have been treated and removed is it safe to have sex? Any options?
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Me and my bf have been having protected sex for a few months and had unprotected 3 times. I think I have genital warts does he have it to?
Maybe: It would be ok to ask him. It is only fair to disclose a condition to your beloved partner, and it may save unnecessary aggravation. Please have the lesions checked by your dr also. Best of luck. ...Read more
On December 11th I received a protected oral sex from a CSW, it was brief 1 or 2 min. What are my risk from Genital Warts form this exposure.
Protected means?: If the protection was working, the risk is tiny... call it 0% chance (mathematically rounding off). Of course, different people have differing ideas of what "protection" is, and how protected one must be before one uses the word "protected". Life is full of uncertainties... and spending time with sex workers just happens to be one of them. ...Read more
Here are some. ..: Your fear for contracting HPV is understandable. Clinically, you're free of it, suggesting either you never got it or you have coped with it well. Fact: Some 1% of sexually active adults in the US have wart although some 10-15% of the US population are tested positive for HPV DNA; this implies many HPV-infected are free of clinical disease of warts. So, I wouldn't spend much time to worry about it ...Read more
No: Despite condom use the viruses that cause genital warts can still be spread. In females, pap smears test for most of the harmful viruses. In msm (men who have sex with men), "anal pap smears" can be done. Hpv, which is a vaccine, can help protect a person from contracting the most common viruses that give rise to genital warts and cervical cancer. Both males and females can get this vaccine. ...Read more
Person to person: The viruses that cause these specialize in sexual transmission. I'd question the story of someone with warts claiming never to have had sex, but I'm also wise enough not to argue or call them a fibber. Many people who carry these particular HPV strains don't show warts. ...Read more
No: Not necessarily, but you are at risk. See a doctor to get tested. ...Read more
Venereal warts: These warts are caused by viruses, and can be treated easily with a medication (podophyllin) by your healthcare provider. They are communicable, and can occur in the female genital areas. ...Read more
Supposing that someone had genial warts but got them removed and they had sex with someone, could that person get genital warts?
Genital warts are common and are contagious.
However, if a person had warts and had them treated so that no warts are present on the skin, then the partner should not be at any risk to contact them.
It if believed that a wart must be present to spread the disease.
The cells of the anus in a person who has had them treated still contain the virus, but they are not contagious.
Peter wilk, md. ...Read more
I have genital warts, and I have had them for well over a year. They're humiliating and devastating to my my sex life. I want them gone. What do I do?
Need to see doctor: There are a few methods of treatment. Not the best but all there is at this time ...Read more
Im18 and I think I might have genital warts there big/little bump and lots of little bumps on my shaft there white. Never hade sex and never had bumps?
Genital warts are caused by a virus that is transmitted person to person. It would typically require direct contact of your penis to someone with the virus. Besides intercourse, this includes oral, anal, rubbing, mutual masturbation, etc. If none of these have happened, then no genital warts.
You should be examined to be sure, but they are likely normal skin glands. ...Read more
Here are some. ..: Yes, you may have sex as long as the partner knows you have been treated for genital warts. After ridding visible warts, you may still become a HPV carrier for life despite not seeing wart lesion. Likewise, many men may be HPV carriers but no visible warts. If the partner has no prior HPV, use condom to minimize exposure. If exposed, but may not contract it; if contracted it, may not grow warts.. ...Read more
Genital warts: This bio-oxidized oil is produced by bubbling h2o2 in oil for three weeks to make a paste. They add manuka oil, vitamins a and e, aloe vera, birch oil, l-lysine and green tea. There should be no negative side-effects and should not harm your baby. ...Read more
Don't be afraid.
Genital warts are common and they are contagious. They are spread almost exclusively by sexual encounters. While intercourse is the most common way to spread them, genital fingering or touching of an infected person can result in self-infection.
Warts are small bumps, usually painless. They may cause itching and bleeding. There may be only a few or may be a lot.
Peter wilk, md. ...Read more
See a dermatologist: Depending upon where these are and what they look like they may need treatment or potentially biopsy. ...Read more
Genital Herpes: From centers for disease control (cdc): "genital herpes infection is common in the United States. Nationwide, 16.2%, or about one out of six, people aged 14 to 49 years have genital hsv-2 infection." (see http://1.Usa. Gov/16wijlq) that's a lot of people. There is no cure yet for this std but it is manageable. Get informed, treat outbreaks, talk 2 & protect partners. >>. ...Read more