If you have hpv can you still get pregnant
Yes, you can still get pregnant. [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/if-you-have-hpv-can-you-still-get-pregnant ]
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- Can you get pregnant when you have HPV?
- Absolutely! It's just a normal pregnancy, but if you have an outbreak at the time of delivery, they will do a c-section so that it's not passed on to the baby. If you have HPV, I would talk to the doctor before you start trying to get pregn...
- Can I still get pregnant if I am infected with HPV??
- HPV does not cause infertility. There are many reasons for infertility and this may include other sexually transmitted infections.
- Is there anyone who received all 3 doses of the HPV vaccine and s...?
- I understand that the vaccine is not for avoiding pregnancy. I am asking because the vaccine contains Polysorbate 80, as well as lots of mercury, and I am wondering about the risk of becoming sterile. Polysorbate 80 has been shown, in lab t...
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- received the guardacil shots, but still got hpv... pregnant?
- Q: I received the Guardacil shots about two years ago and about two months ago I had an abnormal pap. My doc. said I had HPV. I thought those stupid shots were suppose to protect me, but I guess not. I am currently 26 weeks preggo and waiting until after I have the baby to make sure it didnt escalade into Cervical cancer. I just wanna know if this has happened to anyone else??
- A: Gardasil prevents two high risk HPV types 16 and 18 and two low risk HPV types 6 and 11. They are 40 genital high and low HPV types so the vaccine does not prevent all HPV types that affect the genital area. The vaccine works best if given before sex. Had you already engaged in sex? If so you could have already acquired an HPV type. It is common for abnormal cervical cells to develop during pregnancy. Your doctor will monitor your cervix during your pregnancy. Your doctor will re-evaluate your situation at your 6 week postpartum check up. This will allow your cervix healing after your pregnancy. Many times your cell changes will regress. If treatments are needed the will recommend a treatment at that time. In one article I read from the American Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology it stated that the likelihood of the disease to progress during your pregnancy is small. Again your doctor will monitor your situation and will keep a careful on you and your child. I wish you and your child well.
- I am pregnant and have HPV mild grade one precancer, will my immune system still be able to fight this off?
- Q: Or will it advance to the next grade?
- A: If you are pregnant, your immune ysstem will be significantly WEAKENED. If you currently have a HPV-related dysplasia, you will need to see your doctor regularly to make sure it does not escalate. It is common for pregnant women with HPV to experience increased HPV symptoms. For example, if you have genital warts and you are pregnant, it is likely you can have increased wart growth.
- Can you still get pregnant if you have hpv??
- Q: What are the chances that you cannot become pregnant due to hpv?
- A: Yes, you can still get pregnant if you have HPV. It does not affect your chances of getting pregnant at all. Also, HPV does not get transferred to your baby, in case you were wondering :-).
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