This is not a doctor moderated site, but warts come from the low risk strains. Not high risk. You could have been infected years ago. Yes your GF should get Pap tested and request an HPV test. Oral sex can spread it but it is very low risk (but not none) for infecting others. You should avoid sex until they are gone. If she is infected like you are, then you can have all of the unsafe sex you want with her since you can't re-infect each other.
Thank you for the response i ask if its high risk because i want to know facts before i talk to her, if its not high risk does this mean its low chance of cervical cancer for her? and is there anything else that i should be concerned about with hpv.. there is warts and cancer chance that i have read. and for later in life can u have kids?
thank you so much !
is there a doctor moderated site i should check out i just found it odd it appered after 2 years i thought it is thought to be gone after 2 years
Hello, I was diagnosed with HPV about four to five years ago. however I did not have the kind that causes warts. HPV tends to clear its self from a healthy body within two years..... mine did. when I found out I had to go for paps every six months n I also got the gardasil shots even tho I already had a strain of HPV in my body the gardasil protects me from other strains.... after two years of bein diagnosed my HPV went away n I've had two normal paps since then n I'm currently 15 weeks pregnant n Iam in perfect health n Iam in the best relationship of my life, we will be celebrating our two year anniversary on new years!! My advice to ur gf is to go get a pap ASAP! and not to panic!! If she is positive its very important she gets paps every six months to monitor it n hopefully her body will get rid of the virus on her own n she definitely needs to get her gardasil shots!! they r three shots over the course of months! I wish u both the very best of luck!! God bless!!