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Old 05-08-2006, 11:29 AM   #1
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Hpv

Ok,so my girlfriend got diagnosed with hpv which probably was contracted from me. She got her infection surgically removed and she says that it is gone for good. As I've seen on those HPV commercials, there is usually no re-occurance for women if not exposed to it again. What about men? I have gone to my doctor many times to have,what looked like a wart, either frozen off or burned off, as well as medication to apply to it. Other ones have appeared as well. But one tiny wart always comes back,about 1 mm in diameter.I've had one doctor a long time ago tell me it was a mole, and another tell me it was a wart. The one that told me it was a wart said that once it is gone,it is gone for good unless exposed again-a Kaiser doctor. If there can be re-occurences,what are the factors that could make it come back,other than re-exposure? I would like to be as safe as I can sexually,so I would like to know the information regarding this.

 
Old 05-10-2006, 10:41 AM   #2
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Re: Hpv

Hello, I have hpv and i just wanted to make it clear to you that you will always always have hpv in your system. IT DOES NOT GO AWAY. no matter what. Your warts may go away, and they may not return, but you still have hpv. And as for your Girlfriend having them surgically removed, she still has hpv and it is also probable that her warts may return. If you don't want any more warts- use a condom. It is very unfortunate but those are the scientific facts. Although there is much contemplation about whether or not the "Aldera" cream works, it really does. It is sooo expensive but worth it, but you must follow the directions to a tee!!! Good luck.

 
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Old 05-10-2006, 06:19 PM   #3
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Re: Hpv

The surgical procedures for removing warts/dysplasia do NOT rid the body of HPV.

 
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