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I need help. For those in a relationship, how do you go abou

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I need help. For those in a relationship, how do you go about sexual times with your partner? Can you be fingered without the worry of transmitting it? Or oral? I figure you must wear condoms each time. I worry a lot bc I want to be intimate but idk what I can do. I feel that when I Talk to doctors they act like I shouldn’t even be thinking about sex. Can someone who’s in a relationship male or female please tell me how to go about this I’m sorry if it’s an inappropriate topic, I just really want some input:((

Also if I had already posted something very similar to this I apologize but it didn’t Post my first comment initially so I rewrote this one oops

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Jun 22

Honestly, just use protection there are many different strains of HPV out there and even if you have one, you can contract another more aggressive type. I used to think about protecting others from me because I had HSV 1 and when my partner was accepting we started having sex without a condom and then he gave me genital warts. He didn't have the symptoms so he didn't know and that is why this virus gets passed around so easily. I wish I just used protection my whole life so I say this to you now, use condoms and whatever protection you need for oral because all of these viruses spread anywhere on your body. That is what I have been doing.

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Jun 22

@Daleeba Yes it can be spread from genital to hand contact. HPV Warts can occur anywhere on the body, just like Herpes.

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Jun 30

from oral the person can get warts in their mouth. Quite rare but possible. Sexual partners could consider vaccination. Even if you can't afford the full 3 injections, even one will provide some protection

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