I made the big nono and had my hormones take over my mind and had sex with someone with genital warts. She has the little 'cluster' up by her clit. I stupidly figured if i wore a condom and only did it doggy style that it may help. But i realize i was just stupid. We also kissed. And now, i have a little sore throat and my lips feel kinda weird..like a start of a cold sore...that little numbing feeling. But i dunno if its from that or a coincidence because this happened last night. After sex, i washed myself down with soap and water, even though that probably does nothing.What are the chances?
Sex with someone with genital warts
Welcome to A2A, peefles. Cold sores are the same virus as genital herpes (though not usually the same strain), but this is a different virus from genital warts. Both, though, can be transmitted by skin-skin contact, and condoms only protect the skin they cover.
It's impossible to estimate the chances - your best way of finding out is to get tested.
Genital warts are skin growths in the groin, genital, or anal areas. They can be different sizes and shapes. Some look like flat white patches, and others are bumpy, like tiny bunches of cauliflower. Sometimes you can't see the warts at all.
Genital warts are spread by skin-to-skin contact. The virus is usually spread through sexual activity. Genital warts are a common sexually transmitted disease (STD).
Genital warts are caused by the human papillomavirus, or HPV. Some types of HPV cause genital warts. But these are not the same types of HPV that cause abnormal cervical cell changes and cervical cancer.
You are more likely to get genital warts if you:
* Do not use condoms every time you have sex or genital contact.
* Have more than one sex partner or have a high-risk partner(s) who has had multiple sex partners or HPV-infected sex partners.
* Start sexual activity before age 18.
* Have an impaired immune system that makes it hard for your body to fight infection.
A doctor can often tell if you have genital warts by looking closely at your genital and anal areas. He or she may ask you questions about your symptoms and your risk factors. Risk factors are things that make you more likely to get a disease.
Sometimes the doctor takes a sample of tissue from the wart for testing.
The best way to keep from getting genital warts---or any other STD---is to not have sex. If you do have sex, practice safe sex.
* Before you start a sexual relationship, talk with your partner about STDs. Find out whether he or she is at risk for them. Remember that a person can be infected without knowing it.
* If you have symptoms of an STD, don't have sex.
* Do not have sex with anyone who has symptoms or who may have been exposed to an STD.
* Do not have more than one sex partner at a time. Having several sex partners increases your risk for disease.
* Use condoms. Condoms may help reduce the risk of spreading genital warts, but they do not protect the entire genital area against skin-to-skin contact.
A new vaccine called Gardasil protects against four types of HPV, which together cause most cases of cervical cancer and genital warts. You get three shots over 6 months. The vaccine is recommended for girls 11 to 12 years old. It is also recommended for females 13 to 26 years old who did not get it when they were younger.
And now, i have a little sore throat and my lips feel kinda weird..like a start of a cold sore...that little numbing feeling. Genital warts (HPV) have no symptoms like that.. Actually there are no symptoms at all except actual warts.
I'm glad to hear there are no symptoms like that... its just that she told me that she had ore throat and it may be related... i guess coincidence and me being paranoid lol.
Like i said.. this happened just the other night... so i guess i have a while before i can get tested?
My immune system is fine. But I did take some amoxycillian, but you think that would not hurt my immune system?
She has been my first sexual partner is quite a while, we did it only once. Ugh... im just tearing my hair out worrying over this.
Amoxicillin and other antibiotics are useless against viruses, and genital warts and herpes/cold sores are viral diseases. It's not a good idea to take antibiotics like that - it encourages the development of resistant bacteria.
i was taking it due to being sick, not because of this
i did take them according to prescription. i just didnt know if it would affect me. i know they make you better and stuff, but i didnt know about the whole body.
cause i heard that some medications can lessen or strengthen certain things in your body.
He's concerned that taking an antibiotic might weaken his immune system, and thus diminish his body's ability to fight off another infection, viral though it may be.
That's news to me.