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How do I Live with my Partner with HPV?

HPV is the most common sexually transmitted infection, often manifested through genital warts (like on the penis or vagina) or lesions in the cervix.

We know it can be challenging to live with your partner when one or both of you have HPV. Therefore, we’ve decided to write this article to address most of the concerns.

How do I protect my partner from HPV?

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Having HPV is not a limitation for having a partner. There are many couples where one has the disease, and the other doesn’t.

However, to protect oneself from this virus, protection should be used when having sexual intercourse. If you don’t want to infect your partner, you should use a condom, and it’s crucial to use it correctly.

Regardless, it should be clear that there’s a chance of contagion even when using a condom. Of course, the best way to protect your partner is sexual abstinence until the infected person is cured of this disease.

Infidelities and promiscuity have been the most common source of infection and spread of this virus. Therefore, if you don’t have HPV and respect your partner, do not have sex with other people.

It’s also essential to talk to our partner about our medical history, especially if they are not yet aware of your condition.

How safe is it to have sex with someone with HPV?

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It is not safe to have sex with someone with HPV. Sexually transmitted diseases are highly contagious, meaning there’s a high probability of becoming ill through sexual contact.

HPV is a sexually transmitted infection and is considered one of the most contagious diseases within this group. This virus needs to be under control and eliminated before you can safely have sex with someone who had it.

In case someone wants to have sex with their partner who has HPV, they could do so only if they also have the virus. However, sexual abstinence is always best, especially if your partner has high-risk HPV, and you don’t, as they will infect you.

What happens if I kiss someone with HPV?

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Living with an HPV infection can be very stressful for the infected person, so one must take utmost precautions. If you know or suspect that the person you like has this disease, it’s best to protect yourself.

If you kiss someone with HPV, you can get infected, but only in those kisses with tongue, and the probabilities are usually not high.

However, some people suffer from oral HPV, and if they have any wound in their mouth, the contagion is more likely to happen.

Usually, this virus has had to get there through oral sex to lodge in the patient’s mouth.

These were some tips to help you know how to deal with HPV. However, there is much more you need to do if you really want to get rid of HPV and warts forever.

What you need to do is GET RID OF THE ROOT of the problem.

For that reason, I recommend you to look into Dr. Kirkland's story and how he was able to cure HPV and get rid of warts for good.

Click here to see what he did

What happens if someone with HPV gives me oral sex?

This virus is not only transmitted during sexual intercourse. If a person with HPV in their mouth or throat gives you oral sex, they will infect your genitals. This virus can infect both the genital and anal area.

Often, the person with HPV in their throat may be asymptomatic. Other times, this person has small warts or lesions inside the mouth confirming the disease.

Being a disease highly contagious through contact, these lesions when in contact with your intimate parts will transmit the virus. In the case that a person with HPV is going to perform oral sex on you, you should protect yourself with latex barriers.

What happens if I perform oral on someone with HPV?

If you perform oral sex on someone infected with HPV, you will get infected in your mouth and throat.

The direct contact of your mouth and saliva with the infected areas will transmit the virus immediately. If you have wounds inside your mouth, the contagion will be faster.

How to know if my partner was the one who infected me with HPV?

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Men are the primary carriers of this virus and in many cases, they do not show symptoms. That is, they are asymptomatic, so they do not know they are the ones infecting the woman.

For that reason, often the woman doesn’t understand how she could have caught the virus if her partner has no symptoms, leading her to think she was cheated on.

In this case, it is necessary to go to the doctor for both to get checked and confirm the origin of the disease.

How to get rid of the human papillomavirus?

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Living with HPV can be hard at first, mainly because there’s no medical treatment for this virus. However, it’s essential to know that natural medicine does have a solution.

The only way to get rid of HPV is by strengthening the immune system. The immune system is in charge of eliminating this virus, and this can take an approximate time of two years. However, we can accelerate that.

To achieve this, you must change your diet. The immune system, to strengthen and fight this virus, needs vitamins. The new diet you must integrate into your life must have a high consumption of fruits and vegetables, as these are the primary providers of vitamins.

Also, having HPV can be very stressful and depressing for many patients. But stress is not good when suffering from this disease. It is recommended to lower stress levels, as when stressed, the immune system weakens.

It’s also recommended not to smoke, use drugs, or consume alcohol. These habits weaken the immune system and delay the healing process. And it’s advisable to use protection when having sex.

These were some tips to help you know how to deal with HPV. However, there is much more you need to do if you really want to get rid of HPV and warts forever.

What you need to do is GET RID OF THE ROOT of the problem.

For that reason, I recommend you to look into Dr. Kirkland's story and how he was able to cure HPV and get rid of warts for good.

Click here to see what he did

I wish you great success in your recovery!

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Medically reviewed by Dr. John Wellington. Dr. John Wellington is a board-certified physician specializing in urology. With over 15 years of experience, he is passionate about sharing his knowledge through a popular health blog. Dr. Wellington holds an MD from Ivy League University and is a member of prestigious medical associations.

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