Percentage of getting HPV with unprotected sex?

Very likely. According to the centers for disease control & prevention, "it is estimated that most every sexually active man and woman will acquire genital hpv infection at some point in their lives. An estimated 79 million women aged 14-59 years are infected with hpv, with the highest prevalence in those aged 20-24 years." safe sex can help, but vaccination is also recommended for children and young adults.
Lots and lots. In the pre-vaccine era random blood work on college sophomores showed about 70% had evidence of prior infection.We hope the vaccine use will drop those numbers.We also know barrier methods (condoms) are not always successful in preventing transfer of the virus.

Related Questions

My husband has Hpv. I think he exposed it to me though I don't have. We are having unprotected sex. But m afraid of getting this disease. How can get rid?

HPV vaccine. There is actually a vaccine for HPV -human papilloma virus. Even though you are 28, you might be a good candidate for that - given your husband's infection. Unfortunately it might be 'too late' though depending on when he contracted it and how much sexual contact you've had already. I would CERTAINLY talk to your doctor about possibly getting the vaccine and taking other steps to reduce your risk. Read more...

If both you and your partner have HPV (warts) from a one time sexual encounter, could you get more warts from having unprotected sex again?

Yes. It just takes once. That's how it works. Seems so innocent, but the consequences can be huge. Read more...
Certainly. There are at least 4 strains of HPV that give rise to warts. If you both were/are infected by the same strain it could re-appear in one or both. Since there are other strains you could pass them to each other if you both had/have different strains. Read more...

Is it that my boyfriend will 100% get HPV if we have unprotected sex? We're using condom fyi. And if he does, will he get the same type as mine? Hpv16

He may already. You already have been infected with the most prevalent subtype of HPV. You should be getting PAP smears to make sure you don't get cervical cancer. And yes he should use condoms unless you intend to get pregnant. Read more...

Girlfriend got +ve HPV and pap smear. We had unprotected sex few times. What to do to check if I got hpv? Can I get vaccination? Whats next step?

HPV in men. There is no immediate "next step". Men in your situation do not need examination or testing unless they see warts on the penis. There are no approved tests for HPV in men and nothing to do even if a test were positive. Everybody gets HPV. Your gf's HPV and abnormal pap have no effect on your health. However, you could be vaccinated to prevent infection with the 9 HPV types covered by the vaccine. Read more...