I have genital warts will that effect my newborn even if i have a c section?

by Rachel on November 21, 2011

ok. 1st things 1st. i have genital warts i know for a fact i havent gone to the appt. yet but it is soon. is really smelly discharge a normal symptem? how can i have another baby without infecting my husband if he dont have them? once they are treated can i still pass them on to him or do they have to be THERE in order to pass them?

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broderm2k November 21, 2011 at 2:14 pm

lady i dont understand why you havent sorted that out, ofcourse if you have unprotected sex with him you will infect him
you shoould seek medical help immediately and get that sorted out, once you are healed you can have sex again with your husband without infecting him

smile November 21, 2011 at 2:48 pm

with this condition,you better see your physician for that.
you really will infect your husband if you’ll have direct contact with him and this includes the baby if you have one. the infection may ascend infecting your whole reproductive system.
so,better hurry and let yourself be examined by an OB-GYNE so as to avoid complications.

s1487jolie November 21, 2011 at 3:09 pm

I hope you understand that there is no cure for that. Yes your husband will get them, use a condom too. Why have you not gone to the dr.? That is not very responsible.And yes that will affect a vaginal birth along with other stds.

freerefills November 21, 2011 at 3:21 pm

If you are pregnant and your husband doesn’t have them, how did you get them? Are you sure he didn’t give them to you? Just some questions you should think about. If you are sure he doesn’t have them, then using a condom until you see your doctor and ask these questions for an accurate answer is the only way to go. But as far as I know, once infected whether you have a breakout or not you can pass it along to someone else if you have unprotected sex. And don’t forget that means orally as well.

I know with genital herpes, a c-section is done to prevent passing it along to the baby. I would assume the same would be true with warts. You really need to discuss this with your doctor.

Good luck

diana r November 21, 2011 at 4:05 pm

well, first of all genital warts can be surgically removed but if it genital herpes then there is no cure. Herpes last abt 2 weeks or so but the virus will always be on your skin and can be passed on to your partner and baby as well. No, don’t think g.warts can be passed on to your baby if getting c-section. About the discharge it can be an std or bacteria infection.

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