Reasons Why Condyloma Can Spread Through Oral, Anal and Vaginal Sex

by Rachel on July 18, 2010

The human papilloma virus at its best is contagious and unmodified for the tribes warts. It is a highly contagious infection that can be transmitted from person to person easily, especially when it manifests itself as genital warts. So be as Condyloma is a sexually transmitted disease. And since genital warts spread through the skin with an infected area, the use of condoms is not a sufficient barrier against the spread of infection, such as the condom may not cover the entire area to be infected. That is why the warts can be spread through oral, anal and vaginal sex. If your partner genital infected you and your skin comes into contact with the affected areas, you may be infected themselves. This is also why very few people will have warts in the throat after oral sex with an infected partner. This is known as a laryngeal papilloma. The same applies to the newborn. If the mother is infected with genital warts, especially in the birth canal, there is a way for the baby to come into contact with the infection. In some cases, babies will develop laryngeal papilloma. It is also worth noting, I think there are two schools of thought, if the warts are contagious when she shows no physical signs in the form of genital warts. Although some people believe that Condyloma not contagious if there is no physical manifestation of it, others find that the evidence is clearly not a decision I think personally, but I know it is always interesting to be careful if you think you or your partner has genital warts, then all steps should be taken with Genital Infection be included, and you should Ideally, both you consult a doctor.

Muna wa Wanjiru is a web administrator and has been researching and reporting for more than cure genital warts year. For more information on warts, visit his website Condyloma

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