This forum is an un-mediated, patient-to-patient forum for questions and support regarding HPV issues such as: genital warts, causes, diagnosis, cervical cancer, HPV in men, PAP tests, treatment, telling your spouse or partner
you got to have an active hpv infection going on in order to transmit it to others... most of the experts believe that if you do not have a recurrance of infection within 6 months of first treatment, you may consider yourself cured and non-contagious... The virus goes dorment or eradicated from your body is currently a matter of conflict among researchers and experts... if the recurrance had to occur it would have happend within 3 months of first treatment... for female, during the days of pregnancy, when her immune system goes weakend there are chances of having a recurrance and this makes some experts believe that the virus is not fully eradicated but stays dorment in your body...
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