Hpv symptoms show as soon as a day after having unprotected oral sex and what are the symptoms?

by Rachel on August 4, 2011

I had unprotected oral sex but protected sex and the next day I found a lump under my vagina lips that hurts a little when touched and gets bigger when squeezed it is kind of soft but gets a little hard when I mess with it it almost blends into my skin

{ 1 comment… read it below or add one }

tarnishedsilverheart August 4, 2011 at 10:10 am

Genital warts would not be seen the day after having sex with someone. The virus takes a few weeks, or months to starts it outward growth. The virus enters into the deeper tissue of the genital area…and starts replication of the virus.

Condoms do not prevent the transmission of HPV. You could acquire HPV from any past sex partner.

You can acquire oral HPV from a person with an active HPV infection. They are two test your dentist can use to screen for precancer cell changes of the oral area.

They are several cysts that can be found on the vulva. Check the links I have posted. To know what this bump on your vulva lips are see a dermatologist or your gynecologist.

Genital HPV types can take months, to years before they are seen in an abnormal Pap or as genital wart. The long incubation time of HPV makes it impossible to know whom you received your infection from…and you can acquire multiple genital HPV types.

Potentially long incubation time of HPV

http://www.emedicinehealth.com/genital_warts/page12_em.htm

http://www.aafp.org/afp/980401ap/hill.html

http://www.merck.com/mmhe/sec22/ch262666/ch262666e.html

A sebaceous cyst is also known as an epidermal cyst. It is a collection of keratin-like material – usually white, cheesy, or firm – contained in a cyst wall. The sebaceous cyst normally has a small opening that communicates with the skin and may not be very well seen. Sebaceous cysts can occur on any skin surface, but are most common on the face, back or base of the ears, chest, and back.

Sebaceous cysts do not have to be removed unless they are cosmetically unacceptable or if they get infected. An infected sebaceous cyst is red, swollen, and painful. It should be treated with antibiotics and then excised when it is not inflamed. The key to removing a sebaceous cyst is removing all of the cyst wall, otherwise the likelihood of the cyst coming back is high.

Leave a Comment

Previous post:

Next post: