You can not get gential HPV from giving someone oral sex.
there are over 130 different types of hpv. Of those, about 30 are common to the genital/anal area. Typically these do not cause issues on other body parts other than the oral area. Your symptoms you have described do not sound anything hpv related at all.
When we contract hpv on our cervix, typically it takes years before they cause abnormal cell changes to be detected on our pap tests. There are a few types that do cause changes sooner but for most folks, you've had hpv for a long time on your cervix before it causes any changes to be detected. No reason to think that anything going on outside of your cervix is due to hpv.
fungal infections are common orally and genitally. It certainly wouldn't be unusual to have cheilitis caused by it and also a vaginal infection. did you properly treat your vaginal yeast?
the bumps on your other body parts could be due to any number of things. It sounds like you were seen and they didn't think they were anything infectious going on. continue to follow up with your provider and/or a dermatologist should they reoccur.
You can follow up with herpes igg blood testing 3 months after the last time you had sex.
thanks! I just find it hard to believe about HPV as well because I received my Gardasil shots 5 years prior to sex. is it possible that these symptoms resemble anything such as acute HIV or perhaps herpes? I've been skeptical about the herpes since I don't see an explanation for herpes leg rash since I only had oral sex. correct?
I did try to properly treat the yeast with Monistat 1. It did not really do anything, and the itching continued so I went to the gynecologist while I still have several itchy bumps on my vaginal lips which is when she swabbed the bumps for herpes and it was negative. She told me to do another Monistat treatment, so i chose Monistat 7, and then she gave me Diflucan orally. The bumps and itchiness went away a few days later.
was referring to testing for herpes as far as your sex life in general, not just the oral sex you performed that you posted about.
gardasil isn't 100% protection unfortunately but it certainly helps. it also only covers 2 types of hpv that commonly infect the cervix - leaves quite a few other types to infect you too :(
okay! i was planning on getting tested for Herpes, HIV, as well as HPV. I guess what my main question ultimately was, is I don't quite understand how giving oral sex could cause full body symptoms, particularly with Herpes and HPV? At least from what I've researched, HIV seems to best fit what I've experienced, but I haven't found any information regarding a leg rash caused by HPV. Is this possible?
I have a doctor's appointment on Friday, but I guess I am just trying to find some information out beforehand so I'm not shocked by anything.
No, giving oral sex will not cause symptoms anywhere on the body except for the mouth when it comes to HSV and HPV.
And it is not HIV.