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I'm two months pregnant and I have HPV will this affect my baby ?

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David Escobar
Family Medicine
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In brief: No, usually not

Hpv will affect your cervix, but should not affect your baby.
It may be possible that a baby can swallow hpv on his or her way out, through the cervix and vagina . . . So ask your ob-gyn doctor if this possibility is anything to worry about in your situation.

In brief: No, usually not

Hpv will affect your cervix, but should not affect your baby.
It may be possible that a baby can swallow hpv on his or her way out, through the cervix and vagina . . . So ask your ob-gyn doctor if this possibility is anything to worry about in your situation.
David Escobar
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Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics

In brief: Maybe

The wart strains can pass quietly to a newborn delivered vaginally and show up within a year or two as genital or vocal cord warts.
Some women elect a scheduled c-section if they have active genital warts at delivery.It is uncommon but reported. The non-wart strains are not known to cause any problems for an offspring.

In brief: Maybe

The wart strains can pass quietly to a newborn delivered vaginally and show up within a year or two as genital or vocal cord warts.
Some women elect a scheduled c-section if they have active genital warts at delivery.It is uncommon but reported. The non-wart strains are not known to cause any problems for an offspring.
Dr. James Ferguson
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