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Women who have HPV during pregnancy may worry that the HPV virus can harm their unborn child, but in most cases, it won’t affect the developing baby. Nor does HPV infection which can manifest. If you have genital warts or any strain of HPV and are still concerned about the possible effects on your pregnancy, talk to your prenatal care provider. During pregnancy, changing hormone levels can make warts grow faster than usual. A pregnant woman’s body also produces an increased amount of vaginal discharge, which gives warts a.
Genital warts are soft, fleshy growths in the genital area, on the cervix, or in the vagina. Warts can appear alone or in clusters, and resemble small pieces of cauliflower. Genital warts are caused by human papillomavirus (HPV). However, you can have HPV and not have warts— in fact, half the women who have HPV.
HPV is unlikely to affect your pregnancy or your baby’s health. If you have genital warts, they may grow faster during pregnancy, possibly from the extra vaginal discharge that provides the virus with a moist. If you have the strain of HPV that results in genital warts while pregnant, it is not likely to affect the health of your baby. Genital warts have been shown to grow faster during pregnancy due to.
HPV, the Genital Human Papillomavirus, is a viral infection that manifest with genital warts. During pregnancy, changing hormone levels can make warts grow faster than usual. A pregnant woman’s body also produces an increased amount of vaginal discharge, which gives warts a warm, moist place to thrive. How is HPV diagnosed during pregnancy?
But a few types of HPV can linger and cause genital warts, which may be uncomfortable and unattractive, but are not dangerous. A few other types of genital HPV, however, can linger and lead to cancer of the cervix, anus, penis, vagina, and vulva. If a pregnant woman has ever had genital warts. If you are pregnant and have HPV, you can get genital warts or develop abnormal cell changes on your cervix. Abnormal cell changes can be found with routine cervical cancer screening.
You should get routine cervical cancer screening even when you are pregnant. Can I be treated for HPV or health problems caused by HPV?HPV and Pregnancy Pregnant women who are infected with HPV and suffer from genital warts are likely to be concerned about the possibility of passing this extremely common sexually transmitted disease.
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|from Your Vegetarian Pregnancy: A Month-by-Month Guide to Health and Nutrition|
|from Oxford American Handbook of Obstetrics and Gynecology|
|from A Comprehensive Textbook of Midwifery & Gynecological Nursing|
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|from Andrew’s Diseases of the Skin E-Book: Clinical Dermatology|
|from What to Expect When You’re Expecting 4th Edition|
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