Dating someone with hpv

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It will never cause visible symptoms, such as genital warts. HPV infection can be serious, but it usually isn't. The fact that you know you are dating someone with HPV could be seen as a good thing. Discuss the risk levels of the activities the two of you like to engage in.

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I'm not trying to be dismissive, but your opinion is just not backed by science. I've said that sort of thing to *every* girl I've ever slept with, even the one night stands. If hes worth it he will understand and look over it. If you actually comprehended my first post, you would understand that I never said the statistics are wrong. If you are sexually active, having sex only with a partner who doesn't have HPV and only has sex with you will lower your risk of getting genital warts.

Many women's health websites advertise the National STD and HPV hotlines (800-342-2437 and 877-HPV-5868, respectively), but when I tried repeatedly to call both lines, I was unable to connect or even stay on hold due to "high call volumes. Maybe just take things slow and get to know him really well first, make sure he is good relationship material before deciding to get physical. Medical advice is not allowed on reddit. Most medicine that is used to treat STD’s has side effects.

  • So I suggest making an appointment with your doctor and telling her the situation.
  • Research and learn about HPV.
  • It's true a good percentage of the time, even if there's often no way to find out.
  • You won’t love hearing the graphic details of his previous sexual relationships, but you may not be able to avoid it.

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Well I hope everything works out for you. Well, I'm talking about HPV as an STD. Well, when you put it like that. What about guys who react that way about it, are they just uninformed of its prevalence and ease of contractility? What about two months?

That said, you came in here with your first post, claiming that the statistics people have listed aren't necessarily true because, you and your girlfriend are virgins. That you are a virgin doesn't mean you can't get HPV. That's why children are supposed to start the vaccination series at age 11 or 12. The fact that you know you are dating someone with HPV could be seen as a good thing.

You’re not the only one with fears in this situation.

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Spend time getting to know the person whom you are dating. Still, it is possible to get vaccinated through your mid-20s. Tell him that you personally know a handful of other people who live with STD’s—perhaps even the same one he has—and you understand it can happen to even the most responsible of people. Thanks again to everyone I really, really appreciate your thoughts and responses!

Get tested for HPV. HPV is so common that nearly all sexually-active men and women will get at least one type of HPV at some point in their lives.

I don't know about you. I even know people who are with partners that have HIV and even though they have to be very careful, they make it work. I have just found what I think is wart its not clear,but I can fell how big it is but I cant see that its that big. I know I most likely don't have genital herpes due to a Western Blot test earlier this summer but did not get tested for HPV or Hepatitus C (2% of us have that.

Do I even need to tell him about it?Do not insult or troll people, including in PMs.Do not make posts asking about a specific person's or group of people's actions, behavior, or thinking.
From what I've read, HPV only protects from types 6, 11, 16 and 18.Genital warts vary in size and may even be so small that you can't see them.

So you have to weigh the pro's & con's of any sexual encounter, and if the person is good enough, you'll overlook low-level sti risks. So you might have one of the benign kinds, but you can still get the bad cancer-causing kinds. So, yeh by default I would date someone with em.

There is also data that associated with HPV infection are more susceptible to radiation than similar tumors with other causes. There isn't a scientific reason some women chose to date taller guys, or some guys chose to date blonds vs brunettes. There just isn't a lot of case history for this. They can lead to cancer of the cervix in women or cancer of the penis in men. They can't have open and honest discussions about sexual risk.

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Practicing safer and can reduce the risk of cancers. Remember, some other selfish woman passed it on to HIM without telling before it made it YOUR way. She pretty much put the ball on my court stating wether I wanted to stay with her and deal with it. She said it was her medical and 'personal' opinion not to bother telling, because seeing as it is low risk and I have a clear pap and no symptoms in over a year.

How great of him to let you know. However, there are several ways you can reduce your risk. I acted right away to get treatment and did what I could to keep my immune system running well. I am very proud to say that I have had nearly 50 partners and have remained sti-free. I bet there are more people that stayed quiet out of embarrassment than those that are honest. I do think it's great that he told you and it's great that you are educating yourself before jumping into bed with him.

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The stigma with HPV and I'd argue most STDs is hugely undeserved and mostly a product of them trying to scare you into abstinence in sex ed. The virus is very resilient. There are many types of HPV, and the immunization is designed first and foremost to prevent the dangerous kinds (16 and 18). There are no specific test for a men but a doctor can detect HPV on men.

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    1. But I have to protest to the people who are stating that "everyone has it anyways so it doesn't matter".
    2. But does cover the main cancer-causing ones.
    3. But thank you any ways for sharing your experience.
    4. But there are several strains——that cause genital warts, or little clusters of flat or raised bumps you can pass to a partner.
    5. By the way, I had a wart show up on my finger a couple years ago: HPV.
    6. Most people don't even know they have it anyway, and the only reason you're having problems is because you're savvy and honest. My girlfriend told me in the middle of our relationship that she has it. No one wants to admit it, no one talks about it, and when people do, it's in whispers and there's a lot of misinformationBut what if you knew that almost everyone you knew had at one point had (or currently has) HPV?

      You may have it as well and not even know it as there isn't a test for men yet. You subsequently forget to thoroughly wash and disinfect your hands and proceed to scratch your own nether regions (assuming that girls itch down there as well. Your partner might be shy to initiate the first few times, or even the first few months, and that doesn’t mean he doesn’t totally want to.

      1. And two other types can cause cancer of the penis, anus, vagina, vulva, head, and neck, Pizarro says.
      2. Anyhow, I'll keep you all posted if I get an answer to how he found out he had it.
      3. Are you sure about that?
      4. At least from a STD perspective.
      5. When people do develop HPV-related cancers, they are usually extremely treatable. When you're a young man whose female sexual partner has just called to tell you that she's been diagnosed with HPV, it can be hard to know what to do. Who on earth is going to admit they have it? Without getting involved in the matters of my bedroom too much, I've had one partner I've done sexual acts with, I have never had sex with said partner however. Years after my gf was diagnosed.

        No suggestions at this point, i have tried both with limited success over the past 8 years. No, I am not going to have sex without a condom like some kind of idiot. Of course, I never really dated.

        If you don't date this guy with HPV, you'll end up with another guy who has HPV but doesn't know it or won't tell you. If you ever go up Whistler I need a new snowboarding/skiing buddy! If you get cancer, there's no telling how long you have left.

        It's awful for infected people to have a reduced dating pool, but it's even worse to expect the uninfected to be blasé about it. It's really unfortunate you got it, there's been a vaccine for a while now. Just calmly explain that you have it and what it is if he doesn't already know. Kaiser didn't even ask to be checked.

        You are not a leper. You can get an STI regardless of your race, class, education, sexual orientation, age, or number of partners (unless you’re completely celibate of course). You can share your sympathy with simple statements like, “I’m so sorry that happened to you” or “you didn’t deserve that. You can't completely protect yourself against HPV infection. You cannot undo this action.

        I stated that I personally would be influenced somewhat by someone's HPV status, and people who said that it doesn't matter specifically were sounding like they were putting words in other people's mouths, so I thought I should chime in and say that it matters to me personally. I think it's a bit like the Eppstein bar virus from Pfeiffer. I think many people believe it's common enough that it's not necessary to disclose. I'll ask my doctor if she knows the next time I'm in.

        There are over a 100 strains of this virus. There are ways to find other hpv positive singles, most of the std dating sites focus little emphasis on hpv, and there aren't many users listed acknowledging hpv as their problem. There is a limitless amount of misinformation out there and you wouldn’t want to make any potentially dangerous decisions based on an article that could very well have been written by a college student (aka NOT a medical professional).

        Herpes looks like such a painful disease. Historically that estimate has been as high as 80 percent. How did you get yours treated? How do you get HPV?

        Do not turn to the Internet for information on how to manage a sexual relationship with somebody with an STD.Especially since you got the vaccine!Few HPV-centric websites advise on how to talk about your diagnosis-I couldn't find anything on or the USA.

        I'm a second year resident omw to become a obstetrician and had a family member whom had get her uterus extirpated due to HPV. I'm not entirely sure what type I have but I stopped getting outbreaks completely after I got my last shot. I'm not suggesting that we should all be exposing ourselves to HPV. I'm not sure the name of it, but my doctor used an ointment on the area.

        Smoking is stigmatized by society as being dirty and may cause health problems to those involved with someone who smokes but no one gives a shit if someone says they don't want to date a smoker. So I have been vaccinated but it was too late. So hard when your trying to deal with pain and that person treats you worse than the pain. So it can't give you HPV and you can't give HPV to someone while you're getting them. So the odds are strong that neither you or your partner would know.

        • "But Types 16 and 18 are transient-they can resolve easily-so if the HPV goes away, it's no longer an issue for partnerswe don't really know the answer to that yet.
        • "It's a bit of a quandary—there are so many different strains of HPV that most people have had at least one,", M.
        • "It's really a moral issue," the woman said.
        • About 14 million people become newly infected each year.
        • According to the CDC 14 million people are infected annually.

        If you want to be extra safe, just avoid sex during the breakouts. In any case I will talk to my doc and protect myself if I decide to follow through with sex. In the end, by taking the right precautions, your partner’s STD rarely needs to be discussed. It seems unfair to completely rule out dating him just for this reason, but you have to make the decision that is right for you.

        HPV is very common and has an extremely low risk of causing cancer. He told me he had a 'blemish,' (wart) and it responded to treatement 100%. Hell, I even went on to say, "if I were to check and be immunized, sure I guess I would be fine dating a girl with HPV.

        Of women are already living with it and have no idea. Once immunity is accomplished you will then test negative for HPV and would not test positive again unless exposed to a new strain of HPV. One confusing issue is partner-sharing protocol: since HPV transfers so easily from person to person, and since most women contract it eventually, some doctors tell their patients that it's okay to keep their HPV history private. One of the best ways is to consider being. People that do that are scumbags.

        • After about a month of dating, we made things official.
        • And no, there's absolutely nothing stopping you from having sex while you get the vaccines, although you should continue using protection.

        Keep letting him know that you support him and aren’t making any judgments about him. Many STD’s can still be passed even when there is a condom present, and the most evil ones show no symptoms for a long time—if ever—leaving the carrier to believe he or she is perfectly clean. Many STIs can be treated with a simple course of antibiotics.

        They don't know that it's possible to reduce the. Those that do not show signs are usually more dangerous to the females as they often cause cervical cancer and dysplasia. Thus, it's worth taking reasonable steps to reduce your risk. Want more of Bustle's Sex and Relationships coverage? Warts/itching if present more than likely will return at a later time. We've joined the BHM Digital family of websites and have updated our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

        The idea that since it is already fairly prevalent, no one should or does care about it is what I was commenting on. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Condé Nast. The most common way to get HPV is by having oral, vaginal or anal sex with someone who has HPV. The numbers are correct - 80 - 85% of us have had, have, or will have HPV at some point or another.

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