Question: Should I date someone with HPV?

HPV can be spread through intimate skin-to-skin contact. This means that using a condom may not protect against HPV in all cases. The only real way to keep you or your partner protected against an HPV infection is to abstain from sexual contact. Thats rarely ideal or even realistic in most relationships, though.

Is it safe to kiss someone with HPV?

Is it possible? The short answer is maybe. No studies have shown a definitive link between kissing and contracting human papillomavirus (HPV). However, some research does suggest that open-mouth kissing could make HPV transmission more likely.

Can I spread HPV to myself?

A patient or their partner may have HPV on the skin of their fingers from touching a touching an infected area. Alternatively, they may have HPV underneath their nails. An HPV infection can thus be spread by touching oneself or others or during the bathing process or touching different areas of the body.

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