What is a woman's cervical cancer risk if someone with HPV donates sperm?

HPV is superficial, In foreskin in uncircumcized or on glans and shaft, or perineum in male. Ejaculate likely has no or little hpv. In vitro fertilization could be an option...It is done for couples discordant with HIV at some centers. You and partner should visit and be counseled at a fertility clinic. The costs are high, and not covered by insurance.

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If a woman who has hpv-cervical cancer and was removed and her pap test comes back normal can she transmitt it through oral sex still?

Chronic hpv. Treatment of the cervical cancer does not necessarily eradicate hpv infection. Hpv infection can exist chronically and be transmitted even if there are no symptoms present. There is an hpv vaccine you may want to learn more about. Read more...
It is unknown. Great question and it is not well described yet. It is possible but not likely. Read more...

If a woman who has HPV cervical cancer removed and gets her pap test and is normal. Is ok for her to give oral sex to a male. And is the HPV in her.

No problem. Cervical cancer is not transmitted by oral sex. There would not be any concern in regard to cervical cancer with oral sex. Read more...
Yes. The hpv is in the genital tract, the hpv may have cleared. Make sure you didn't just have dysplasia (precancerous) as opposed to cancer. Usually patients with cancer have had a hysterectomy. Good luck. Read more...

How can a woman with HPV cervical cancer transmitt it by oral sex. Does she have to have open soars.

No open sores. Hpv can be transmitted from the vagina to the mouth or penis of your partner. In the last few years there has been an increase in oral pharyngeal malignancies due to hpv. This is felt to be due to spread of the virus through oral sex. Read more...
No. Cervical cancer is not spread by oral sex. Cervical cancer is not associated with open sores. You may be thinking of hsv. Good luck. Read more...

How high is the percentage of women who have HPV get cervical cancer?

Probably... Known to us, every life event or disease is always caused by multiple factors. Somehow, HPV has special affinity to cervix, vagina, vulva, anus, rectum, & oropharynx, and estimated that 90% of cervical cancer are probably caused by some types of HPV, especially 16 & 18 for some 65%. More? Review article in https://www.cdc.gov/cancer/hpv/statistics/cases.htm. Read more...

I was diagnosed with cancerous hpv. What is the percentage of women with this virus who actually do get cervical cancer from it?

Here are some... It has been known cervical cancer is associated with high-risk HPV, but it is unclear in the other way around because the duration with these HPV is an important factor to cause malignant change in cervix, usually 10-20 yrs, but such a change may never happen in life. To explore life reality, go to articles listed in http://formefirst.com/onLifeBasics.html. Read more...