My female partner had genital warts, but got it removed by laser surgery. Is it okay to provide oral sex?

When eradicated. Warts are caused by hpv virus, are contagious till completely eliminated., in female when untreated will cause carcinoma of cervix. It is not too late to get quadrivalent vaccine , has to see her doctor.

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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...

Is it still possible for my partner to contract Genital Warts or HPV through unprotected or oral sex even if I no longer have the warts?

Yes, possible... HPV-free environment is unlikely and many so-affected could be free of its related sign or symptom; the odd to contract under the described scenario will naturally be much less than that with obvious lesion. Life reality tells contact does not mean contract and contract does not mean develop a disease; this reflects individual natural defense mechanism, that is, external barrier & intermal humoral. Read more...

Hpv transmission after laser surgery? Should I be worried? I'm a male and I had the warts removed, new partner and I don't want to hurt her. Thank

Use condoms. You can remove the obvious warts with laser/freeze them or burn them with various chemicals. They can also disappear on their own in time. However, this family of viruses is capable of returning anytime and can shed without obvious warts. Condoms can help prevent transmission but is not 100%.It is possible you will never shed virus or have recurrence, but this germ may be with you for life. Read more...

I had vaginal and oral sex with my husband. I have tonsillitis for a month. I also have HPV with genital warts. Is HPV the cause of the tonsillitis?

HPV. Most likely given your history, social activity and duration of pharyngitis. Certain types of HPV infections are connected to pharyngeal cancer. I strongly recommend practicing safe sex with barrier to protect your partner. It is likely you have passed the HPV to your partner who in turn has passed it back to you in the pharynx. Read more...

After being treated for genital warts and the bumps are gone can you still receive oral sex from someone without spreading it to that person?

Yes and No. Maybe this will help you. If the lesions are gone, you can still shed the hpv virus and infect your partner if they are performing oral sex on you. I would advise your partner to not give you oral sex. Read more...