My partner has genital warts. I have no signs or symptoms and have been tested for hpv. Can we have a baby?

Yes. Yes should be able to get pregnant. Most external genital warts are usually the type that are not associated with cervical cancer and are typically not tested for using the traditional hpv tests which usually test for the high risk types.
Yes. Genital warts have nothing to do with your ability to conceive a child, and usually have nothing to do with your ability to deliver that child vaginally. The exception would be if the warts are extensive enough that they obstruct the vaginal opening or affect the quality of the tissue in the area where most women tear during delivery. Warty tissue tears easily and is very difficult to repair.

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Is it possible to infect the partner who gave me HPV with genital warts, if I have them and she doesn't show any visible signs of having them?

Yes. There are different strains of human papilloma virus so you could give one strain to your partner and your partner could theoretically give you a different strain. You do not have to have visible warts in order to be infected or to be infectious. Read more...
Yes! Women can have genital warts internally, where you can't see them. And the hpv virus puts women at high risk for developing cervical cancer. You should not have unprotected sex with your partner if you have genital warts, and she needs to be checked by a gynecologist. Please be safe. You are also risking other sexually transmitted diseases, including hiv. Read more...

Hi docs, would non genital warts HPV cause symptoms?

Not usually. Warts are usually pain and symptom free. However, they can be irritated by scratching or rubbing and, thus, be annoying. Removing them is usually very simple. Local anesthesia and either excision or coagulation will remove them . Be well. Peter wilk, md. Read more...

How long can HPV remain dormant in ones system? I had a recent issue with some genital warts and my partner and I have remained faithful.

Long time. Most people (~86%) are able to clear hpv from their system in 3 years. In rest it may remain for 10 years or longer. We don't know how to tell who's immune system will clear hpv and who is going to have it for a long time. Read more...

Tested negative on a pap for HPV, could I have genital warts?

Yes. The pap is a focal exam of the cervical cells for the hpv types that like to grow at that site.The hpv strains causing anogenital warts are different and would not be assessed by a pap smear. Read more...
Other causes . There are other causes of warts that wouldn't be identified on a pap (other types of hpv) and there are other things that look like warts but aren't (molluscum contagiosum). See your doc. Read more...

Will my partner contract HPV or genital warts through unprotected or oral sex even though mine have cleared up?

Here are some... Many adults are HPV carriers with no visible HPV-related lesion on skin or mucosa. So, continue what you have been doing as long as both are free of symptoms or signs for STDs. If being in high risk for STD like ones with multiple partners, bisexual, anal, etc., be tested and counseled for safer sex practice. Note: Complete abstinence is the only way for prevention; that is life reality. Read more...

Genital warts removed from base of my penis. However aware that still a carrier of HPV. Worried about infecting future safe partners.?

Here are some ... Once infected with HPV, its virus will almost stay with you forever although you may have no clinically detectable visible warts. In reality, just exercise higher diligence & vigilance for safer sex. Besides, make sure to have regular PAP smear for sex partner. There is no practical need to be overly anxious about it; just move & live on; if seeing something, deal with it timely. Read more...