Hpv. Burn on contact of hand from vagina fluid casue a red line on penis white little warts?

Get it treated. Genital warts are caused by hpv ( human papilloma virus ) you and your partner have to see your physician, most likely she also got infected, both need treatment and , use prophylaxis till both of you are cured.

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Does rubbing motion of the penis in vagina or in mouth create new HPV warts, breakouts, or cancer? More sex = more HPV? Both ppl have same strain.

Hpv. In theory the more contact with hpv the more chance for transmission and vice versa. I would see your doctor for more info and for now protected sex via condom. . Read more...
Possibly. Sexual intercourse is what causes transmission of the virus. Thus even if you are already infected an act of sex can introduce more virus into the other person. You should be cautious and should both seek treatment from your physicians. . Read more...
HPV needs treatment. Human papilloma virus is transmitted by oral sex and sexual intercourse. It is a preventable disease by vaccine and the use of condoms. It can be treated, and patients having it are prone to oral and genital cancer. It is the leading cause of cancer of the cervix. Read more...
Yes. Even though you both have HPV and are sure you have exactly the same strain(s), engaging in any unprotected intercourse or oral sex can increase your viral load (how many virus particles are in your body) and overwhelm your immune system, causing more breakouts of symptoms. And a higher viral load can increase your risk of cervical cancer and what stage it may be at. Use extreme caution. . Read more...

Have two big red bumps on vagina I don't have no sex and two years ago had low risk HPV can warts come back or something else it's stings?

Possibly. If the bumps around the outside of the female reproductive area this is called the vulva. Condyloma's or warts are common in this area. The vagina is that slick moist part of the opening of the female reproductive system. There can be condylomas in this area as well. Of course other stds are possible to. Consider seeing a gynecologist for exams so you can be sure. And yes warts can return. Read more...