STD infestedly speaking: If I get warts on my hands, can I still get the HPV vaccine?

by Rachel on September 1, 2011

Okay so I have a wart on my finger, and I just looked up what to do to get rid of it and it said it’s from the HPV family.

Well I’m still a virgin and I’m wondering if I can still get the HPV vaccine (you know, the “one less” commercials?) even though I have a form of HPV already.

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Silly Salamander is Sexy! September 1, 2011 at 1:32 am

The vaccine is for different strains of HPV, two which cause cervical cancer, 16 and 18, and two which cause genital warts, 6 and 11.

Common warts are caused by 2 and 7. Gardasil is only intended for women, and it wouldn’t help with the strain you have.

Just buy that stuff that freezes the wart and freeze it off. Or go to your doctor and have him freeze it off.

ginsf September 1, 2011 at 2:12 am

hpv vaccine is for girls to reduce chances of cervical cancer. Try cutting that wart off with some toenail clippers, then dump rubbing alcohol on it, get rid of it right away.

?oi?? ???s & al?ea?y C??z? September 1, 2011 at 2:45 am

the hpv vaccine is killing people:: you’re better of seeking a more natural cure =

Grai September 1, 2011 at 3:15 am

Tell the wart to “Fuck Off”.

(it works, seriously it works).

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