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Is it safe to have sex while having HPV virus ?

I have some plantar wart and I believe this is caused by HPV virus. Since it s a virus, I believe it would still embedded in my DNA until it dies out, but a wart at different location may occur. as I don t want to spread it to my wife... Also, I had the Liquid Nitrogen treatment on the plantar wart and now I have a really bad blister filled with liquid and blood . It is really painful due to the pressure build up, I have tried to puncture it with sterilized needle to relieve the pain but it manages to block up again and the liquid started to build up again...What can I do? I can feel the pain up to my knee and disturb my daily activities significantly.
Asked On : Fri, 10 Jun 2011
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Its aplantar wart. You can have sex without any fear of spreading it through it. Please contact your doctor where you got cryotherapy done for your plantar wart.
Answered: Fri, 10 Jun 2011
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