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Hi,I had a genital wart in urethra and it cured 2 months ago if I will have a sex with my partner does it transmit to her or can I do sex.

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Dr. Hunter Handsfield
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease
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In brief: Possibly, yes

Genital warts are inconvenient and unpleasant, but not a serious health problem. It can take a few months after the wart is gone for the virus itself (HPV) to clear up.
You probably had HPV at least 2-3 months and maybe a year before the wart appeared. During that time, you could have infected your partner(s). If you now have the same partner, it's much to late to prevent it.

In brief: Possibly, yes

Genital warts are inconvenient and unpleasant, but not a serious health problem. It can take a few months after the wart is gone for the virus itself (HPV) to clear up.
You probably had HPV at least 2-3 months and maybe a year before the wart appeared. During that time, you could have infected your partner(s). If you now have the same partner, it's much to late to prevent it.
Dr. Hunter Handsfield
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In brief: Use caution

if they are all gone ,then the chance of the transmission is very low.
my advise is resume sex with your partner using a condom only if you both decided to have children then recheck your status with your doctor and proceed with caution after getting clearance from your physician.

In brief: Use caution

if they are all gone ,then the chance of the transmission is very low.
my advise is resume sex with your partner using a condom only if you both decided to have children then recheck your status with your doctor and proceed with caution after getting clearance from your physician.
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