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Human papillomavirus - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Sexually Transmitted Diseases
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :  
how can i help you?
User :   hi
User :   i have high risk hpv and my two year old daughter drank toilet water no urine or feces in it can she catch the hpv
Doctor :  
Doctor :  
there is high risk that she can get it
User :   really
Doctor :  
please rush to pediatrician immediately
Doctor :  
when did this incident happen??
User :   what i called her ped afterwards and they told me she would be fine kids drink toilet water all the time
User :   it happened a few hours ago
Doctor :  
but since you are having the infection
Doctor :  
it is likely that the virus will be present in the water
User :   right and her dad does too
Doctor :  
kindly get an examination done
User :   we dont have warts or anything ]
Doctor :  
and also a serology to see if the infection is present
Doctor :  
User :   they dont do cervical exams on two year olds
Doctor :  
yes HPV is contagious, if either of you have it, you will pass it on to your partner
Doctor :  
no they will not do cervical examination
Doctor :  
she will need a blood test done to look for antibodies to HPV

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