Nobody's going to drop a line? :-(
Condoms Have Limitations.When condoms are used, they are unable to cover the base of the penis,
they are unable to cover the bottom of the penis,even when the condom is rolled down as far as possible. Especially the bottom is subject to friction during sexual intercourse. Furthermore, this area is fragile, creating opportunities for microscopic abrasions. Which is similar and direct to woman’s http://www.donshield.com/#!/BLOG/551ca8cf3d05236404824e0c
I do realize condoms have limitations.Therefore, I understand I could have caught HPV five or more years ago, but how come my wife's PAP has become abnormal after such a long time?
Because her immune system may have weakened for some reason now. Or she smokes cigs and this caused it to be diagnosed now. The reasons are just not that precise as you want them to be,
OK, her immune system may have weakened for some reason. She does smoke cigarettes. But if I gave her the virus 5 years ago and her immune system overcame it back then, how come the virus has come back again? Has it been there all this time, waiting for an opportunity to attack? Or rather, have I reinfected her recently? But then another question arises: how could I have reinfected her if i overcame the virus myself 5 years ago? It's all pretty confusing...
There is no ping pong effect. You cannot re-infect someone with the same strains. And the virus never leaves the body. Tiny amounts cling to DNA forever, as most doctors believe. All you did was make it dormant. That is what 90% of all infected do. But it isn't always forever dormant. People can go from being not infectious to infectious again for unknown reasons. It isn't common but it happens.
There is a strong link to cig smoking and HPV re-occurrences. The link to a weakened immune system is debated among doctors. Pregnant women have weak immune systems and can get a positive result after years of negative results.