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Im 22 and i only had one sexual partner, i was negative on my HPV test, can I still get HPV with the same partner? Or once im negative with the same partner i can't get hpv?

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Dr. Joseph Jeu
Family Medicine
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In brief: Yes.

Yes.
If you are concerned about getting hpv, you still have time to get the series of 3 hpv vaccinations(gardasil) to prevent this. It is indicated for girls and young adults up to age 26 years old.

In brief: Yes.

Yes.
If you are concerned about getting hpv, you still have time to get the series of 3 hpv vaccinations(gardasil) to prevent this. It is indicated for girls and young adults up to age 26 years old.
Dr. Joseph Jeu
Dr. Joseph Jeu
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Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics

In brief: It can happen

HPV is a common problem.The average healthy person can clear their primary infection in 2 years but have it reactivate every so often.
They would be contageous during these periods of reactivation.Many never know they have the non-wart forms of HPV, unless tested, so you can acquire it from someone who had it years ago & became contageous again while you were with them.

In brief: It can happen

HPV is a common problem.The average healthy person can clear their primary infection in 2 years but have it reactivate every so often.
They would be contageous during these periods of reactivation.Many never know they have the non-wart forms of HPV, unless tested, so you can acquire it from someone who had it years ago & became contageous again while you were with them.
Dr. James Ferguson
Dr. James Ferguson
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