Can You Only Spread Hpv When You Have Genital Wart Outbreaks?

Posted in Uncategorized on Jan 20, 2010

genital warts area cause of hpv.
ok, got that!
however, is it only transferrable when you have an outbreak?

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6 to “Can You Only Spread Hpv When You Have Genital Wart Outbreaks?”


  1. marlaina l says:

    A male can spread the virus with no warts. A female can only spread the virus when she has an out break.
    Most men never ever have a symptom. Women that have the virus can have them internally and not externally and not know also. Hpv almost 50% of the time will cause some type of long term problems like cervical cancer Pelvic inflammatory and abnormal papsmears.

  2. blakta2 says:

    You can spread hpv when you are not having an outbreak. In fact, the television commercial in regards to the hpv medicine makes it a point to tell the consumers that very thing. I don’t know if you’ve seen it though. The same goes for the genital herpes virus…you can spread it even when no blisters are present.
    Hope this helped.

  3. deanie19 says:

    If you have been positively tested for HPV, you can transmit the virus without having an outbreak. According to studies, more than 70% (that percentage may actually be higher) of sexually active people are infected with HPV. Unfortunately, condoms do not prevent the spread of the virus, and you do not have to have sexual intercourse, just skin contact will transmit the virus. Also, there are many variants of the strain, over 30 types, and 4 of those types have been associated with cervical cancer.
    If you know that you have the strain that causes genital warts, then you need to educate yourself, and educate yourself well on HPV.

  4. strawber says:

    no…it can be transferred at any time

  5. peanut says:

    it can be spread any time




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