I am a 15 year old female with what looks like HPV on my vagina?

by Rachel on May 1, 2011

Being a virgin, it is confusing as to why I might have HPV. What could it be?

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Dark Schneider May 1, 2011 at 6:37 am

Dear concerned:

If you are a virgin, chances of getting hpv is very low. You should either talk to a grown up or a doctor about your problem.

Hivtest.org offers free std screening in the us. Look up a clinic in your local area. If you ever decide to have sex in the future, bring yourself and your partners to get tested first. Make sure go to your doctors for blood testing for herpes, hsv1 and hsv2 as well (for a fee).

Do not share food or personal items with anyone. Avoid direct skin contact with people you don’t know.

Best wishes

HPVsurvivor May 1, 2011 at 6:40 am

I’m not assuming anything here, but just for information, HPV is spread through skin to skin genital contact. You don’t have to have ‘sex’ to get it. It can also be passed from a mother to the fetus during child birth. Go see a doctor; an OBGYN can do an HPV test that will let you know what’s what. Knowledge is power; good luck!

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