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    Can anyone give me advice for this situation???
    An_248199 posted:
    Just bf has hpv and we have never had sex, but in the future we would like to have children. When the time comes we will have protected sex but are currently too afraid to take that step, but eventually we would like to settle down and start a family. Is that possible?
    elle0317 responded:
    Has he had the warts removed?
    Honeybee3377 replied to elle0317's response:
    Not yet but we are in the process of that, however, the doctor told him he doesn't have an active case. What does that mean?
    elle0317 replied to Honeybee3377's response:
    I'm not sure what the Doc means by that. One would think if someone has warts that this is an active case?

    HPV tends to clear up after a few years, I had it as well 20 years ago and as far as I know I've never passed it on.

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