How is HPV transmitted?
There is definitely a risk.
As your question if you can have sex
and regarding HPV. It transmits through intimate skin-to-skin contact. You can spread HPV by having vaginal, anal, or oral sex to anyone. It is most commonly spread during vaginal or anal sex. It is is the most common sexually transmitted infection. As you are sexually active can even with only one person you can transmit it. But if you have no lesion in genital area then risk is low.Even if you have no symptoms you can be pass it. Your partner can develop symptoms years.I suggest use latex condoms correctly every time you have sex. This can drastically lower your chances of getting HPV. HPV can infect areas that are not covered by a condom.Be in amonogamous relationship. You can get your partner as well as yourself vaccinated.There is no treatment for the virus but treatment is available for health problems that HPV can cause.
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Dr. Sheetal Verma
Infectious diseases Specialist
No medical literature suggests any such thing.
According to medical literature there are no such positions which are safe and others are not. I would not be able to comment on this. There are no documented clinical theories.