What Are The chances of I a woman having sex with a Man once Catching Hpv from Him? I'm also pregnant.?

What Are The chances of I a woman having sex with a Man once Catching Hpv from Him? I'm also pregnant.? Topic: Women delivery case show
June 26, 2019 / By Jonty
Question: I didn't know until today that he had it. I slept with him in dec of 2008 and Now have been with a guy since feb 14th. Im also pregnant with his baby. Is This curable? I don't have warts or any Symptoms. I just want to make sure I don't have anything that could harm me my fiancee or my baby.
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Ham Ham | 4 days ago
1) if you UNprotected sex with your fiancee then he already has HPV virus!! 2) you should know that HPV virus 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! :) 3) if you have genital warts - you MUST get rid of them as soon as it is possible because genital warts are very contagious!! and if you really want to get rid of genital warts forever then you should know that you can remove genital warts by surgery, freezing, laser, acid or cream but genital warts can reappear again and again because genital warts appears when your immune system is weak! HPV is the virus that causes genital warts. People can be infected with HPV and never show any symptoms. Others will develop genital warts. These warts can stay the same size, grow, or go away on their own. It largely depends on the infected person's immune system. A healthy immune system means your body may be able to suppress the virus and not show symptoms. Even after the warts go away, the person will always remain infected with HPV. That person can spread the virus even without showing symptoms. so you must build up your immune system because your body can get rid of genital warts by itself if your immune system will be strong! so eat more healthy food, more vitamins and more sport activities! (No smoking, no beer/ale, no booze, no drugs, no junk food, no fast food garbage, no sugary sweet soda's. Get on a good, balanced, healthy diet including plenty of boiled or steamed vegetables. Drink P L E N T Y O F W A T E R , fruit juices & fat free milk. Snack on lots of RAW fruit & veggies. Get up one hour early every morning & take a BRISK 30 minute walk - then - do the same thing again in the evening after dinner. Make sure you eat a good, balanced breakfast daily. You get your energy for the day from your breakfast meal. Get 8 hours sleep each night. Flip your mattress over so it will level out to give you a good night's rest. Slack off too much coffee & tea) also you must use herbal treatment because you can not always live 100% healthy...!!! in that case Wartrol is really good (probably the best) product that gets rid of genital warts comparatively fast and makes you feel more confident knowing that they wont reappear again! It works by stimulating your immune system to fight the HPV virus that causes the warts + it helps to prevent cervical, penile, anal and etc cancer because HPV virus in 70% cases cause cancer!!! and of course it is better if you use full course (5 months - if I remember correctly). It worked very fast and still works for me because I do not have genital wart outbreaks anymore and my papsmear is still normal!!! I do not know if any pharmacies carry Wartrol but I do know that you should purchase it directly from the manufacturer and read more about the product here http://www.wartrol.com/?aid=221781 The advantage of Wartrol over other natural treatments for genital warts is that, since it is taken orally, it also acts on invisible and internal genital warts that CAN NOT BE treated by other creams and natural remedies. good luck! Working in women's health - Gynecologist + personal experience http://www.mybeautynhealth.com
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Ham Originally Answered: Woman who are pregnant or have been pregnant?
In my experience.... The greatest things are: Expecting the unexpected. You never know what your baby is going to look like and what motherhood/fatherhood is going to be like throughout the years. Getting the nursery ready...that way you will be completely ready for the arrival. Feeling the baby kick for the first time and there on out is amazing. The first time you feel a baby move..it just feels like a fish in your stomach flopping. Although, it sounds disgusting...that is the best way I can explain it. Then, when the baby kicks it is the greatest thing ever! I can spend hours just watching my stomach jump up and down and feel her doing flips and such. The whole experience, good and bad is amazing. The bad things are: You don't just have morning sickness in the morning. It could be all day/night and it's definitely uncontrollable. Food looks disgusting for the first few months no matter what it is, even if it's your favorite thing in the world. Having absolutely no energy to go on throughout the day. Constantly feeling tired and worn out. In the later months, it feels almost impossible to breath, like a weight is just holding down your chest. It drives you absolutely crazy, because you want to meet your baby, not to mention stop being uncomfortable. They are right there and when they move or stick their little hand or foot out of your stomach you just want to hold them and you can't, because you have a barrier in between you. My boyfriend has had a few laughs, because I have wet myself just because of the positioning of the baby and what not. And if I don't go about every 20 minutes or so, I will be running to the bathroom. The major part of pregnancy that I would include is the special bond between mother and baby. But not only that include what the father may go through as well. Such as, being nervous for their child's birth, changes in their mind about careers and what not (Thinking that they should have done better in life or been more successful). It seems like even if they were the president..they would think they are not good enough and should better themselves. They kind of render a sort of hopelessness of their lives being over, then later realize (usually when their child is born) that this is a new beginning for everyone. I feel like men are left out of the picture a lot, because some of them run from their feelings and they feel as if they are not grown up enough to care for a child...or just don't want to grow up. Especially in teen pregnancies. Most girls mature quicker when they find out that they are bearing a child. They want to be the best and do the best for their child. However, their partners or the father of the child wants to run and get their partying done before the baby gets here. Women don't have that chance. Of course they would love to be out at a party living their lives to the fullest, but most (smart) mothers-to-be will just await the arrival and find things to occupy their minds, such as decorating the nursery and "nesting" as some call it. Pregnancy is one of the scariest things a person can go through. You don't know what to expect. You just want your child to be all right and it goes on like that for the rest of your lives. Hence, why parents are so over protective over their children, whether they are 1 or 35 years of age. It's just an instinct you can't ignore and who would want to? Because then you just feel like you are giving them a hopeless future if you nor they succeed. Well, I hope this helped. Just some of my experiences.

Ebenezer Ebenezer
Yes that's all it takes. Just once with and infected partner will infect you. That is why safe sex is so important. I am so sorry to say that Hpv is very contagious. Anyone that you have sex with can get it. Your baby could be susceptible to it during birth. So the best thing for you to keep your baby free of the disease is to go to your GYN specialist (Dr.) Let her treat you for Hpv, and get prenatal care . Follow the doctor's advice on how she will deliver the baby. Have your fiancee get tested too. Stay on your medication and only have protected sex with your fiancee. You can still live a normal life. The best to all of you. Gwen
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Yes if he has hpv an you have sex with him it could be possible to contract hpv that way if it was unprotected if protected it would be low risk to ever get it. I would definatley go to your local family doctor or health department an get tested for hpv see if you have any adnormal cells to verify if you actually have it. Theres so many different type of strains of hpv, if you are lower age of 21 I would think about getting the GARDASIL 3 dose shots to protect you from the major high risk an dangerous types of hpv an prevent you from getting some strains of genital warts.Once you have high risk strains of hpv the gardasil shots cant protect you once you have a strain already.
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Alex Alex
The good news is new studies are showing the immune system defeats the virus on average in 2 years. I wont harm the baby, it could cause a cancer but its very rare.
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Alex Originally Answered: When is the latest a pregnant woman can fly?
You are safe to travel by plane from the beginning of your pregnancy all the way up until the end portion of your last trimester (usually 9th month - 36 weeks) and can manage what ever kind of trip(s) you want to do as long as you and your pregnancy are healthy and the pregnancy is progressing normally. As long as everything is fine, air travel does NOT increase the risk of miscarriage or pre-term labor, and poses no other risks to you or your child. It is the last four weeks (once you reach the 9th month - 36 weeks) that women are usually prohibited from flying. This is because after 36 weeks, a women can go into labor at any time, and the airplane is not made to handle such situations. For one, there is no guarantee that a doctor will be on board a plane, plus, should any complications arise during the labor and delivery, the plane does not have the medical equipment to handle such situations and it could put the health of the mother and child in danger. You need to get a check-up from your doctor to make sure that you are in fit enough health, and that the pregnancy is healthy enough to allow for you to fly. Many airlines will require a medical certificate from your doctor dated 24-72 hours before the flight once you reach your third trimester (27 weeks). By the time you reach your eighth month (32 weeks) almost all airlines will require a doctors note. All airlines make up their own rules and regulations regarding pregnant women. Some do not restrict travel at all, no matter what stage of pregnancy a women is in, and others start to restrict at 7 months, although the majority restrict around 36 weeks. In the case of twins, some airlines will restrict travel for pregnant women at the 7th or 8th month rather than the 9th because of early labor. Again, each airline is different, with some not making any restrictions at all no matter what, so you will need to contact the specific airline you will be flying to see what their policy is. While traveling I advise you to keep your medical records, and the name and number of your doctor. You should also try to get the name and number of a doctor where you will be staying/visiting in case an emergency comes up. To keep yourself safe and comfortable on the trip, follow these simple things: *drink plenty of water *avoid caffeine *don't eat food that causes gas for at least one day before you travel (pressure builds up as you ascend through the altitudes and could cause pain) *walk around as much as you can (up and down the aisles) *stretch while sitting *wear loose fitting clothing *wear slip on shoes (your feet may swell) *wear maternity support pantyhose or socks *try to get an aisle seat or a front row seat for more leg room *eat light foods *eat small meals or snacks at frequent intervals rather than big heavy meals *do not eat salt *Wear your seat belt just under your abdomen (depending on how big you are, you can also ask for a seat belt extender - just be sure that that too goes under your abdomen) *relax I traveled internationally (14+ hours each way) this summer at the beginning of my 4th pregnancy (I'm currently in my second trimester -was in my first when i traveled- and have more trips planned), and I flew last summer while pregnant. I left when I was 13 weeks and returned when I was around 30 weeks. I also did another short (3 hours each way) international trip (left at 32 weeks and returned at 34 weeks). My daughter was born 23 December and is perfectly healthy and happy. I have also traveled internationally at various stages with my first two pregnancies (my children are now 8&6 and are normal, happy, healthy, lovable kids). I wrote an article about traveling while pregnant. It gives more in-depth information if you'd like to reference it: http://jamiehassen79.angelfire.com/pregn... If I can be of any more help or assistance, please feel free to contact me.

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