No. No it's a different type.
No. Cervical cancer is typically associated with infection by high-risk subtypes of human papilloma virus (hpv). Common warts such as those that occur on the hands and feet are caused by different, low-risk subtypes of hpv.
Possibly. Your greatest risk is if you carry the high risk hpv virus. Those strains are not usually the ones which cause genital warts. Your physician can type your virus and let you know.
Possibly. The warts are caused by hpv, a sexually transmitted virus. There are many subtypes. Warts are generally caused by a certain type. It is thought to be a less aggressive type, but the rule is that if the cells change when they divide, then the virus can cause cancer. So remember to get your pap smear.
HPV. Hpv types 6 and 11 cause about 90% of genital warts in both men and women. Hpv types 16 and 18 cause about 75% of cervical cancer cases in women. Hpv types 16 and 18 also cause about 70% of vaginal cancer cases and up to 50% of vulvar cancer cases in women. All hpv types that affect the genital area can cause abnormal pap tests in females..
Viral (HPV) Hpv is a family of over 100 viruses that affect different parts of the body. Some strains of hpv cause warts on the feet, hands, and other parts of the body, while other strains are sexually transmitted and cause warts that affect skin in the genital area -- the vulva, vagina, cervix, rectum, anus, penis, or scrotum. There are more than 30 strains of hpv that affect the genital area and depending.
Perhaps. Anyone that is sexually active is at risk of hpv. Especially if either one of you have been with someone else and had unprotected sex in the past. Yearly pap smears are effective in assessing exposure to hpv and cervical dysplasia.
Yes. I wouldn't use the word prone, but I would say all women are at risk because essentially everyone will be exposed to the hpv virus that can go on to cause cervical cancer. There are many types of hpv viruses. The ones that cause genital warts (type 6 and 11) do not cause cervical cancer.
Yes. Based upon research, there upwards of a 60% chance that women with genital warts will have an abnormal pap smear. Some pap smear abnormalities indicate that a woman has cervical dysplasia which is a precursor to cervical cancer. Warts are caused by 2 types of human papillomavirus, & several other types of hpv cause cervical dysplasia & cancer.
If I have the job virus that had caused cervical cancer, not warts, can my husband still be at risk for genital warts?
Yes. Assuming "job" is a mispelling for "same" or "hpv". The virus that causes genital warts does overlap with the virus that causes cervical cancer. There are different strains of the same virus and the strains most likely to cause cervical cancer tend not to produce as many warts and the strains that cause visible warts in men are a bit less likely to cause cervical cancer.
Hpv is contagious. Hpv is suspected in cervical cancer and visible warts. The virus is highly contagious. Especially by direct contact with moist areas.
Genital warts. Hpv is a virus that causes either genital warts or cervical cancer. There are over 100 types of these viruses and a few of them are known to increase your risk for cervical cancer. This is usually transmitted through intimate contact. Depending on your husband's immune status, he may be at risk, if not already a carrier for the virus. It usually infects without symptoms til the condition is worse.