If someone with genital warts donates sperm and I receive it will I or my baby be effected?

by Rachel on September 15, 2011

My partner and I want to have a baby and a friend of ours offered to donate sperm to inseminate me but he has genital warts I just want to know if I don’t have contact with him if the sperm might still give it to me/hurt the baby.
He’s donating it straight to us, not a clinic.
Never had a sex ed class.

Thats why I’m asking.

My partner is a girl.

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hitNrunn September 15, 2011 at 2:04 am

You can’t donate sperm if you have an STD

Ron B September 15, 2011 at 2:21 am

Um, wow, take a sex ed class. Genital warts is spread by contact, not by fluid. So, no, you nor your baby will be affected. If it were AIDS, that would be different, but it isn’t.

Myndi R September 15, 2011 at 3:02 am

They have to clear medically first SO NO

nice man September 15, 2011 at 3:55 am

hey got 2 points! hehe

Bronco Billy September 15, 2011 at 4:45 am

It certainly will hurt you and your baby,you are talking about a contagious venerial disease here,and a very unpleasant one.
It is what caused the cancer in Farrah Fawcett Majors.She died of anal cancer caused by venerial warts.

sandy15825 September 15, 2011 at 5:06 am

doubt it. but if he has urethral warts (which often go completely undetected(…it might be transmitted. call and ask a dr. but i dont think it will hurt the baby. majority of sexually active people have hpv virus anyways. you might have it already and not even know it. go for it, its not hard to get rid of the warts if u do end up with it. and i dont think it will hurt your baby. good luck to u and ur gf, thats exciting

Medic Loretta September 15, 2011 at 5:41 am

anyway HPV is not genetic, it’s usually passed by skin contact when the baby comes through the birth canal when the mother has an out break of genital warts. After that baby can have mouth or/and throat warts…
There are things that can be done to prevent genital warts from being passed on when the mother gives birth. Such as having a c-section if there is an out break at the time of delivery. So if you do not have any outbreaks – then no need to do c-section!

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