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That’s because Women, on the other hand, if they happen to get an abnormal pap smear during the time they are infected, may very well find out that they have HPV.
(I’m not going into the management of abnormal paps here, but suffice it to say that the overwhelming majority of abnormal paps due to HPV will resolve without treatment just as the virus itself resolves.
However, if the bacteria spreads and gets deeper into your skin, it can become a life-threatening infection such as pneumonia, sepsis or meningitis.
Recently there have been reports of MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus), a very aggressive form of Staph that's resistant to antibiotics, in gyms, but it's extremely rare.
Given the ubiquitous nature of HPV infection, unless her partner is a virgin, the odds are pretty darned high that he already has had HPV. The only thing that partner notification accomplishes is to turn women with abnormal paps into pariahs, while the rest of the HPV infected men and women out there continue to copulate in blissful ignorance.
He may actually have the infection right now and be the one who gave it to her. Which is why I don’t believe that every abnormal pap needs to turn into an STD confessional.
Unless they have a visible genital wart, or a much, much rarer HPV-related cancer, most men who have HPV have no idea they are infected.
Those that don’t, and which carry precancerous changes, can be effectively treated,) 3.
Why then, should a woman be obligated to tell her partner that she has HPV? There is no role for partner notification and treatment in preventing the spread of HPV.
If it's untreated, it can escalate to blisters and severely cracked skin.
It's very contagious and is spread through person-to-person contact, airborne droplets, doorknobs and other surfaces.
Children, the elderly and people with compromised immune symptoms are especially at risk.