Will the HPV vaccine prevent all warts?

No. The stains that the vaccine protects you from are the ones that cause cancer, not common warts.
90 % of all genital. No, but it will help prevent 90 % of all genital warts since that many are caused by types 6 and 11 that are included in the vaccine gardisil. The other brand Cervarix dos not have those types and is not indicated to prevent infection with genital warts.
No. There are over 100 types of hpv, that cause everything form common plantar warts, vocal cord nodules, and papillomas. The vaccine only protects against 4 strains of hpv., in the case of gardasil, and 2 strains, in the case of cervrix.
No Not All But. It will not protect against two of the most common strains that cause genital warts .But does not provide immunity against all warts may be 90%
No. I would refer you to the healthtaps gyn specialists for correct answers. Please call them. My practice is limited to surgery and self-healing meditation to treat cancers and chronic illnesses as a secondary support management of complementary medicine.

Related Questions

I have low risk hpv. Genital warts will the HPV vaccine protect me from the other 3 hpv? Will the vaccine be effective in preventing hpv-related diseas

Yes. If you get the 4 strain vaccine & have not been infected by the other three strains, the vaccine can benefit you in building your immune protection from those strains. Read more...

Regarding genital warts, is it impossible to get them if you've had the HPV vaccine?

Incorrect. There are many strains of hpv virus that are capable of causing genital warts. The hpv vaccines protect against 2 or 4 of the more common / more worrisome hpv strains. Warts caused by other strains of hpv are still possible. The vaccine gives good protection against the 2 strains most responsible for causing cervical cancers. Read more...

I have 2 tiny hard spots on the bottom of my big toe, I don't think they are planters warts because they are painless and I had the HPV vaccine?

Need to examine. The only way you will know is to have a trained pair of eyes on the subject, and it won't help to rationalize what it isn't, so go see the dermatologist and find out what it is so you can start the right treatment, you'll feel better when you know what it is. Read more...
Start now. Don't kid yourself. If there is one thing about warts is that the earlier you begin treating them, the sooner and easier they will be to make go away. They do not have to be painful, especially in the beginning stages. They can begin as hard spots and are often located on the great toe. Don't count on the vaccine to protect against plantar warts. Remove all doubt and see a specialist soon. Read more...

I had unprotected sex one time. I am negative for all stds, I'm wondering if there is a possibility I have warts, I got the 3 HPV vaccine shots.?

Yes. HPV vaccine only protects against strains 6,11,16,and 18. So you could definitely get other strains of HPV that cause warts. Never have unprotected sex. Read more...
HPV. HPV vaccine will reduce the possibility that you will get warts but it is not %100. There are not great tests to determine if you will get warts even of you have been exposed. A lot of it has to do with your immune system. . Read more...
See your doctor. Warts are caused by HPV, and can occur in some people even if they are vaccinated. The vaccine is 60-70% effective for the strains of the virus covered in that particular brand of vaccine. While condoms help to decrease the likelihood of genital warts, no method is 100% effective. See your doctor for evaluation and treatment. Read more...
HPV. Over 700 sub-types of HPV have been described, of those 700, 30-40 are known to be typically transmitted through sexual contact. 18 of those are associated with a higher risk of cancer. More than 35 others are known to cause various forms of warts. The vaccines protect against only 2-4 types that are highest risk for causing cancer. So yes, you could get warts. Read more...

Is the quadrivalent HPV vaccine effective even if the person has genital warts already?

Yes but. The hpv vaccine Gardasil protects you against 4 types of hpv :type 6, 11, 16 and 18. It will only protect you from types that you have not been already exposed to. If you have genital warts you likely have been exposed to type 6 or 11. The vaccine can not help you there but it can protect you aginst the others. Less than 1% have all four types by age 26. Get vaccinated. Read more...
HPV. Yes. The genital warts are from type 9 and type 11. The vaccine will protect you from type 16 and 18, that are related to cervical cancer. Read more...

Hi - my wife has a lot of irregular cervix cells and will likely do LEED. Should I get the HPV vaccine? I have had genital warts on/off for a year

Bit late for that. The vaccine has no value in treating HPV.Once you have a strain of HPV it is with you for life. You both may share several.The vaccine could protect you both from a few new strains, but if you are in a monogamous relationship I wouldn't bother.The approved age range is 9-26, which is the only group insurers will pay for.Your out of pocket cost would run >$200/dose for 3 dose set. Read more...

White bump inside the lips of vagina. Got all 3 HPV vaccine shots. Could this be a wart? Does not hurt and there is only one bump for 2 days now.

Possibly. Wart is possible, if it is, it will get bigger over time. Just as likely to be trapped hair follicle, sebaceous cyst. Warm compresses 10 min/day or sitz bath for 3-5 days. Should resolve. If it persists, go to primary care doc for evaluation if you are still concerned. Read more...
Here are some ... Glad you've taken all possible precaution to avoid STD including HPV shots, but there is still no guaranty and healthy lifestyle without obsession / overindulgence is the surest means to optimize personal defense immune ability so to win the first-line invisible war of life for survival,... Besides, practicing safe sex is the plus for more enjoyable sex life. What you described is probably ok.. Read more...