Girlfriend had cervical cancer. Can I still have oral sex?

Yes. I'm hoping this is a curable cancer or premalignant lesion ('intraepithelial neoplasia', 'carcinoma in situ', etc.) and that by the time you are reading this, it's been treated for probable cure. Oral sex is great for a relationship and the hpv virus that caused the cancer is no reason not to enjoy your time together. Most important is you both educate yourselves about exactly what's happening.

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How can someone with hpv-cervical cancer and get cold soars occasionally still transmitt through giving oral sex to able who does not have hpv?

Hpv is contagious. Hpv can be transmitted anyway; you should practice safe sex only to avoid the risk of passing the infections to thers, if you have the virus. Best wishes. Read more...
. Hpv can transmit when affected person has active lesions. Sometime the active lesions may not be readily apparent. Read more...

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...

Can cervical cancer from receiving oral sex?

Possibly... Cervical cancers are most often associated with hpv (human papillomavirus) infection. This type of infection can be spread by oral to genital contact. In general, it takes many years for cervical cancer to develop. Precancerous changes can be detected by pap testing. 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...