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What Can Cause Hpv Other Than Sexual Contact
Close contact: Hand warts, feet warts(plantar warts), digital warts and flat warts all caused by hpv. Hand and feet warts may occur after open skin(wound, abrasion, scratch, cuts, etc) in contact with warts virus presenting in gym (floor, equipment, etc.), swimming pools, house floors, meat, etc. Digitsl/flat warts might be spreading thorugh shaving. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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
Hi. Can a women or a men develop HPV without sexual contact. If the couple has it does it mean that one of the two slept with someone else who has it?
HPV transmission: Although HPV is mainly considered a sexually transmitted disease, there is some evidence of some transmission during exposure during rough play such as wrestling or contact sports. This is one of the reasons the Gardasil vaccine for HPV prevention is administered to boys and girls as early as 11 years of age.Hope this helps. ...Read more
I am 16,female.Never had sexual contact before.Would there be any way to know if I'm infected with hpv???
Unlikely...: It is very unlikely to have HPV if you have never had sex before. Even if you did in most cases at your age your body gets rid of it by the age of 21, reason why the American Academy of Gynecology does not recommend getting regularly tested for this until you reach that age regardless of sexual activity, ...Read more
This may seem a strange question, but can a person get HPV from just shaking hands with someone who has it? (or other non sexual contact)
Not genital strain: There are in excess of 100 strains of HPV with more than a dozen involved with genital transfer. The strains tend to be specific to a tissue area, so genital strains stay there (or transfer to some oral tissues). There are also strains that cause common regular skin warts, which could pass from skin to skin contact like a handshake.You don't pass genital strains with a handshake. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is there a way to contract HPV without being sexually active? My sister was diagnosed with HPV recently, which has made me very confused. I know for a fact that she is not sexually active, has never had sex, no oral, and no sexual contact. I'm so confused
Hello. : Hello. There are many different strains of human papilloma virus (hpv). They cause warts. For instance hpv1 is a cause for warts on the feet (plantars warts). You could have hpv on your thumb - that means you have a wart. Saying that someone has hpv doesn't mean that it has to be sexually spread or on the genitals. I hope this was helpful. Take care. ...Read more
I have had this bumps for the past 2-3 years, too embarrassed to go to a doctor. I have had no sexual contact and all 3 HPV vaccinations ?
Is it possible to be infected with HPV virus and get labia minora skin warts without sexual contact?
I'm 16 female and never had any sexual contact.If I touch my genitals and then my nose or mouth unconciously,would there be any problem with HPV?
Highly unlikely: You would definitely not have vaginal or cervical HPV infection, but it is conceivable, but unlikely, that touching your oral cavity if you have HPV there and then touching your genitals could do this, but again, this is very very improbable and would not worry. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many: Miscalculation is a frequent cause for concern. But physiological causes include stress, acute illness, poor diet and/or eating disorders, obesity with or without polycystic ovaries, and thyroid conditions. Premature menopause would be very unusual at your age, though more likely if your mom or close relative had this. Also, competitive athletes often have irregular and sometimes no menses. ...Read more
Genetic: this is genetically controlled and modified by general health ...Read more
I'm throwing up the day after sexual contact, assuming it's all in my head, but want to check that there isn't a physical cause?
Vomiting: although anxiety can cause vomiting, there usually is a physical reason for it instead. Perhaps you've picked up a viral gastroenteritis. Sexual activity should not cause vomiting the next day. If your vomiting persists for more than 2 to 3 days, you should see your doctor. Be sure to drink plenty of fluids to avoid dehydration. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Are warts on the upper face area and around the eyes usually caused by sexual contact? I notice them a lot on people. People seem otherwise ok.
Hello, I've got these small patches of little spots and they are fleshy you can only see them when I pull back my forekskin back and look like cauliflower but they cause no harm no pain and not itchy and iam a virgin and been in no sexual contact, and whe
Any Direct Contact: Genital herpes is essentially spread by direct contact with an infectious area. It is very common and easy spread. Genital herpes can be spread even if you or your partner don't see any sores - orally or genitally. Valtrex (valacyclovir) has been shown to reduce, not eliminate the risk for asymptomatic transmission. Condoms can help but contact outside of the condom covered areas can result in infection. ...Read more
I have pcos for 3yrs. Last sunday i was diagnosed w/ cervicitis. I had no sexual contact with my fiance since he is overseas. What could be the cause?
Cervicitis: Cervicitis need not be always due to an infectious agent; often, hormonal variations can cause the otherwise well lubricated cervical os and upper vagina to undergo changes in texture, thickness, and moisture content. Give your gynecologist a call to explain his findings and, given your history of pcos, recommend a treatment plan. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Foul yellow discharge returning, already treated for chlamydia what is the cause? Ive had no sexual contact.and my check up results were negative.
Recheck: Go back to doctor. Yeast(chlamydia) which you were treated for usually gives a white usually odorless discharge.Trichomonas(a protozoa) usually gives a frothy greenish yellow discharge with foul odor and itching.Bacterial vaginosis gives a thin milky fishy odor discharge.The treatment is not the same for all types so go to your gyn. Hope you feel better soon. ...Read more
Free yourself..: It's totally fine to not want sexual contact. There are likely hundreds of thousands of people in the world who couldn't care less about sex. It's one less thing in life to worry about, and no sex means no worries about pregnancy or diseases related to sex. Focus on the areas of your life you do enjoy, and live each and every day to the fullest without regret or fear! ...Read more
Usually blood: World-wide mostly obtained at birth (vertical transmission) from infected mother to newborn; commonly chronic carrier. In us native born (not asian, african, middle eastern) mostly from IV drug use, occasionally from sexual contacts, needle stick injuries (md, rn, emt, dds). Blood supply tested for years-generally quite safe. ...Read more
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