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Vaccine successful

This news is a few days old, but there is now a vaccine that is efficacious in preventing transmission of the two “deadly” forms of HPV. In other words, the warts that have been identified as playing a role in cervical cancer can now be vaccinated against. However, I believe the vaccine is targeted towards women, not men. Of interest is the latest statistical claim about HPV: 70 to 80% of all women will contract some form of genital warts in their lifetime. Guess it’s the “cold” of the std realm!


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Originally Posted by YouknowD
I’m 21, got hpv when I was 19. Worst thing that could ever happen to me. People always talk about people that have std’s like they are the dirtiest, most nasty people. I was one of those people until I got warts myself. They never talk about how to feel or what to do when you get diagnosed. Basically my self esteem, confidence, everything has gone down the drain.

I’m terrified about getting into a relationship with a woman. Just for the simple fact that I will have to tell her what I have. Putting up with the chance of this woman saying I can’t be with you because of it. I’m terrified I’m going the meet the woman of my dreams, the woman I wish to marry, and she won’t give me a chance because of what I have.

A year ago I met a girl, my present girlfriend and I took the big step in telling her about my warts. That was so crappy, holding back tears as I was telling her. I was so afraid she was going to say see ya nasty boy. Well she chose to be with me anyway, and we wore condoms. Eventually she said that we could have it unprotected, and after making sure she was sure, we did. So now she shares this disease.

This is where I’m at in my llife right now, stuck in a relationship. It’s been a year now, and I’m not happy being with her anymore. Things just aren’t the way they used to be. I’m 21, have my whole life ahead of me. I wan’t to get out, meet new people, friends, women. I can’t do it though. One, I’m scared to have to tell another woman about it like I told this one. Two, I’m ridden with guilt! I gave her warts, and now I want to leave her.

I must go my time is up at the library. But it feels good to get that off my chest. Any comments, advise, suggestions are welcome. Thanks guys.

Sorry for any typos, I had to hurry.

Young man I feel for you. I know the guilt as well since I have been in your same shoes. Unfortunately STDs are common, so common that you and your current GF will be find if you separate. She is young and if she is healthy, she has a great chance of her body kicking out the HPV.
As for what you are dealing with emotionally, I’ve been there as I already states so I completely understand the guilt you feel. The difference is I married the girl and I’m happy, but when she has an outbreak I just feel like crap.

Regarding you leaving her, you should free her and yourself. You are right, you are young and so is she. At least you were honest and she can’t fault you for it.
Moving on you might want to try a dating website for people like us. I found a few out there which I liked, specifically this one https://meetpositives.com/. Its the only one comparable to Match. Com and other quality dating websites.

I think having to tell someone that you have a disease is the worst part, so give yourself a break and date people who understand. Who knows, maybe you will find love there.

Good luck and I’m sure everything will work it’s self out for you.

Although the aids virus is significantly smaller than the holes in a condom, the virus needs a transmission agent (fluid of some type usually) which is too large to fit through the microscopic holes in a condom. Unless it was my long term partner I wouldn’t be risking it though as a matter of course.

However as also mentioned HPV etc can be spread through other pubic contact, such as balls slapping against other parts of the vulva and the like, especially if the girl gets quite wet.

Not a medical practitioner either - just research on the net on reputable websites.

Originally Posted by base
The symptoms can be treated, but it cannot be cured. They are developing a vaccine for it, though. It’s extremely common, about 80% of young women are estimated to have it, most never have any symptoms. Against the common belief, 85% of the cases get cured on their own in couple of years after the infection. There’s some talk of it being transmitted by mere touch and therefore even rubbers would not protect from it.
How do I know? My girlfriend learned that she has it while we were dating, therefore I have/had it too. I’ve never had any symptoms from it (warts).
My girlfriend asked the doctor if she should retain from having sex without rubbers and she said that she shouldn’t worry about it, it’s so common that it wouldn’t change a thing.

You do know that the warts can be removed right? They don’t recommend it nowadays, though, as the operation isn’t pleasent and they will most likely come back.

You feel that you don’t want to be with your girlfriend anymore? Don’t let the HPV stop you. Just be honest with her.

That’s not true it depends on what kind of HPV virus you have, some are only visible in women while some are only visible in men.

I didn’t read the entire thread so sorry if I mention something that’s already been addressed, but I do recommend increasing you intake of foods that boost your immune system. Bananas, oranges, and garlic should be consumed daily for the best effects. Also Apple cider vinegar has been proven to remove most hpv wart strains but can be very painful when applied to your member. Putting duct tape on the effected area can also help remove the warts. Leave it on a week soak the area with water and exfoliate it away. Make sure if you try these homeopathic remedies you follow through on them because a half removed wart is very contagious and can cause spreading to unaffected areas. Removing the warts and boosting your immune system should force the virus into dormancy and solve your problem.

I posted a comment on this thread 11 years ago, and mentioned that since eliminating the visible warts have not seen any recurrence.

I still have not seen any noticeable warts since then. I read about a similar ailment that looks like hpv but is not, and is temporary.

I am beginning to wonder if that is what I had.

I question whether I should tell someone I have hpv, if I am not entirely sure. No symptoms for 15 years.

Thread necromancy is most excellent.

The newest remedy for warts that are stubborn is Tagament with zinc pills. Everything bought across the counter.

Supposedly shitatke mushrooms put people into a remission or suppressed state.

http://articles.mercola.com/sites/a…om-extract.aspx

Tree Tea oil, castor oil, banana peels, ACV, etc……. are older remedies.


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Originally Posted by YouknowD
I’m 21, got hpv when I was 19. Worst thing that could ever happen to me. People always talk about people that have std’s like they are the dirtiest, most nasty people. I was one of those people until I got warts myself. They never talk about how to feel or what to do when you get diagnosed. Basically my self esteem, confidence, everything has gone down the drain.

I’m terrified about getting into a relationship with a woman. Just for the simple fact that I will have to tell her what I have. Putting up with the chance of this woman saying I can’t be with you because of it. I’m terrified I’m going the meet the woman of my dreams, the woman I wish to marry, and she won’t give me a chance because of what I have.

A year ago I met a girl, my present girlfriend and I took the big step in telling her about my warts. That was so crappy, holding back tears as I was telling her. I was so afraid she was going to say see ya nasty boy. Well she chose to be with me anyway, and we wore condoms. Eventually she said that we could have it unprotected, and after making sure she was sure, we did. So now she shares this disease.

This is where I’m at in my llife right now, stuck in a relationship. It’s been a year now, and I’m not happy being with her anymore. Things just aren’t the way they used to be. I’m 21, have my whole life ahead of me. I wan’t to get out, meet new people, friends, women. I can’t do it though. One, I’m scared to have to tell another woman about it like I told this one. Two, I’m ridden with guilt! I gave her warts, and now I want to leave her.

I must go my time is up at the library. But it feels good to get that off my chest. Any comments, advise, suggestions are welcome. Thanks guys.

Sorry for any typos, I had to hurry.

I fee for you dude, my current gf told me that she had HPV but didn’t tell me till about 5 months into the relationship when we had already been having unprotected sex. But it’s different with my situation, she got hers treated a few years ago and it hasn’t flared up I’ve also got checked and do not have it. You just need to get treated for it be upfront about it and continue on with your life don’t let it stop you or let it hold you back just be safe about it.

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