Genital Wart Virus Can Be Passed Through Oral Sex
The CBCD recently received a letter asking questions concerning HPV
infection and its connection to genital warts.
An appalling lack of knowledge regarding
genital warts exists among young people. The Center for the Biology of Chronic
Disease (CBCD) recently received a letter asking questions concerning HPV
infection and its connection to genital warts. The CBCD responded to some of
Mike Evans, from the CBCD said "A lot of
young people simply don't know what will cause genital warts, or what methods
of transmission are out there. We wanted to fix that problem."
An example of one of these questions came
from "Beatriz" (real name withheld for privacy) a resident of El Paso, Texas.
She stated, "I have genital warts (HPV virus) and I want to know if they can
be passed on to my lover through oral sex."
The CBCD is aware that many people have the
same question. The answer, according to avert.com,
an international HIV and AIDS charity is that, "It is possible (but thought to
be not very common) for the human papillomavirus, which causes genital warts,
to be transmitted through oral sex."
Thus, what a person is actually
transmitting is the HPV virus, and not genital warts themselves. If a person's
immune system is weak, then the HPV virus can potentially cause the genital
warts. The good news is that the CDC says "Most people with HPV do not develop
symptoms or health problems from it. In 90% of cases, the body's immune system
clears HPV naturally within two years."
Nevertheless, clearing the virus does not
mean the virus goes away. It just means that your immune system is sturdy
enough to prevent the virus from causing a disease. The virus itself knows
this and embeds itself in one of the body's organs in what scientists call a
latent infection. When a virus is latent, it behaves as if it is asleep. It is
dormant. A weakened immune system, however, allows the HPV virus to "wake up"
and become active again.
That's why the CBCD would like to point out
an HPV remedy that boosts the immune system and helps target the dormant
(latent) HPV virus that causes genital warts.
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