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What If Both Partners Have Hpv
HIV: You can not be reinfected; however you can acquire a resistant strain of the hiv; if for example your partner's HIV strain does not respond to treatment, but your HIV strain is sentive to treatment, he can tranfer the resistant one to you , causing whatever treatment you were receiving to fail because of the new resistant HIV strain you acquire from your partner. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If my partner and i both have HPV but i was treated and have no warts now could i get warts again if I have intercourse?
Yes: The wart viruses are notoriously hard to clear from the skin. This includes the hpv virus. Although the visible wart can be "cured" with various treatments, the wart virus may remain on the skin and cause reoccurrence of the wart later. Talk to your gynecologist or dermatologist about the possible value of hpv vaccine in your situation. ...Read more
Is it true you can get cervical cancer from starting sex at a young age? I started at 14 and only have one partner.We are both HPV free.
Possibly: Having sex at a young age does not by itself cause cervical cancer...Generally if someone starts having sex at a younger age, their likelihood of having multiple sexual partners over their lifetime increases and thus increase the likelihood of getting hpv which can lead to cervical cancer. Please make sure you are seen by your gyn for routine exams and may consider a vaccine such as gardisil. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can my partner and I give and recieve oral sex if we both already have HPV? Can we continue to have sex as normal without getting new warts?
It depends: There are many strains of HPV. If you both have the same strain, then there is less of a concern but if your strains are different, you can infect each other with the different strain. This would then lead to new warts. However, even your own HPV can lead to new warts and other problems as it cannot be fully cured and stays in your system. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My partner at one point was with both me & his ex. I've been diagnosed with HPV but just recently his ex was diagnosed with chlamydia. Is it possible?
Yes: Chlamydia is a common sexually transmitted bacterial disease that can infect both men and women while hpv (human papilloma virus) is an extremely common sexually transmitted viral disease that can infect both men and women. Clearly your partner, his ex, and you are all sexually active. To be more definitive in answering your question, we would need to know if any used barriers during sex. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is there a chance to get hpv-16 in oral sex for a monogamous couple if both partners took HPV vaccines already?
Impossible question: Probably not. Especially if both have gardisil (this one fact makes me very happy for you both). So, I am unsure why you keep asking this question. There can be no 100% guarantee for you since there is no test for this in the throat. You have done everything you can today to make sure your are healthy and that this insidious virus is kept at bay in your life. ...Read more
If both you and your partner have HPV (warts) from a one time sexual encounter, could you get more warts from having unprotected sex again?
Yes: It just takes once. That's how it works. Seems so innocent, but the consequences can be huge. ...Read more
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