If me and my girfriend both have HPV, what will happen if we continue to have unprotected sex?

by Rachel on July 26, 2011

I think i gave it to her…so would she have my hpv virus?

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shaynewardfan06 July 26, 2011 at 12:59 am

Hey,
thats sounds bad
but to answer ur question u will both get the disease and both be affected by it
if i were u start using protection

hope this helps
gl
x

Ralfcoder July 26, 2011 at 1:35 am

I’m no expert, but my guess is that you’ll probably swap viruses.

Of course, if you both have a different strain, that might mean that you’ll both be infected with TWO forms of HPV.

Sooze July 26, 2011 at 2:14 am

Do you mean HIV!?? if you are DEFINITELY both HIV positive (Have more than one test each to make sure) then having unprotected sex with her will not affect the virus, you will probably both need different combinations of drugs to suppress the virus, but still, wouldn’t the reason that you may be HIV positive be that you had unprotected sex in the first place!? – It’s not the only sexually transmitted disease you can get, so use protection anyway!

cathryncsck July 26, 2011 at 3:14 am

you both will get very sick, get checked out if you love her and if she loves you, you would not being having sex like that

nickii3049578 July 26, 2011 at 3:27 am

My husband and I are in this situation. You can spread the site of your outbreak and it can start poping up in new places. so instead of one or two spots you end up having a lot more!

T?R July 26, 2011 at 4:24 am

HPV is a major factor in cervical cancer. It can come in more than one strain as well. And you will most likely keep infecting each other over and over again. Sometimes your immune system can clear it up, sometimes it can’t – then your goose is cooked. I’d stay together and not go spreading it around – it’s risky enough as it is.

tara b July 26, 2011 at 5:19 am

Relax. It’s ok. She would likely have to be treated for abnormal cells on her cervix. When/if she does get treated for the cellular changes, the virus is still in her system, she is just reducing her risk of developing cervical cancer. You do not have to worry about passing it to her again. In most cases, your immune system will clear the virus in about 2 years and if it does, you kind of gain an immunity from that particular strain, or so I have read.

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