4 to “If Both Me And My Husband Have Hpv… He Has Warts And I Do Not… Should We Use Condoms?”
Condoms don’t really offer any protection from HPV
Condoms should be used with external genital warts. Condoms do not prevent the transmission of the virus…and you and your hubby probably already share your HPV type.
Question…has your hubby been diagnosed with genital warts??? Warts do not contain any liquid or waxy core like substance. You should not pick at any wart.
HPV and condoms should ALWAYS be used in the same sentence.
If your warts are treated and go away and he has them, and you have sex without a condom, then yours are going to resurface. Vice versa.
And yes, popping his warts is a bad thing. The liquid that comes from the warts could encourage new warts to grow if it touches around the area.
1. Use a condom
2. Get HPV treated professionally, and not by popping.
Consult a doctor I would suggest. There are ways by which you can have a child who would not be infected in spite of mother being infected.