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I need to know if hpv can be transfered to the fingers and hand if I vaginally matsterbated someone who might have had the virus? It is seven weeks after it has occured and now I have had two raised bumps on my finger? Is this hpv?




 



darkstar should get his/her facts together.

HPV stands for human papilloma virus. There are more than 100 types of HPV. Some produce warts - plantar warts on the feet, common hand warts, juvenile warts, butcher''s warts, and genital warts. About 30 types of HPV can infect the genital area - the vulva, vagina, cervix, rectum, anus, penis, or scrotum. Some cause warts, some cause cell changes that can only be detected microscopically, and some seem to have no detectable effect. Warts on the hands and feet are PROBABLY not transmitted to the genitals, and the HPVs which cause genital warts are PROBABLY not responsible for warts elsewhere on the body, HOWEVER, HPV which causes genital warts can be carried on the hands and can be transmitted to the genitals


7/18/2004


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the bumps on your finger is probly not hpv because hpv is a virus that affects the genitals the rectom and mouth....it does not affect the hand...but I suggest you go to the doctor and hav it looked at-----i wish you the best of luck...and be carfull

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darkstar


4/1/2003


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this is not a question but its important!!! if your a guy and have a bump you need a biopsy!! its when they cut the bump and sent it to get results!! wemon can get a papsmear to know....and for wemon who dont have the virus they can now take 3 vacines to prevent exposure to the more severe forms of the virus but for men the onlything we have is biopsys cut it and test it!!!


8/29/2006


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All warts are HPV, not just genital warts. New research says that you can get warts on your fingers from touching someone with genital warts. However, it''s a lot more likely that if you do have warts on your fingers, they came from somewhere else. There are hundreds of strains of HPV, and it's pretty easy to catch.
I'd see a doctor to confirm that they are warts, and then ask how you should go about removing them.


10/18/2007


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