No it is not, although the chances are much higher. Some people, I have no idea how many, never show warts and so can transmit them without knowing it. Most people will show warts I'm assuming. You may be gearing up for a breakout and be easier to transfer the virus then, but if it's truly between breakouts then it's less of a risk. I had lot's of sex with my ex between breakouts, all unprotected, and she never got it. That's not proof of anything, just a single data point. Still, it's what I have to offer.
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