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in fact, the only things that 100 eliminates the risk of spreading hpv would be by avoiding sexual contact altogether. And that doesnt just mean genital-to-genital sex it also includes oral sex and sexual touching, since the virus can spread through skin-to-skin contact. That means no fingering, no hand jobs, and no naked dry humping. If you arent exposed to hpv during oral sex, youre not at risk for cancer. Brawley says that hints of a link between hpv and oropharyngeal cancer came in the late 1980s and early 90s. Risk of infection from oral sex giving oral sex to a partner with an hpv-infected penis or genital area can result in getting hpv in the throat. Giving oral sex to a partner with an hpv-infected vagina or genital area can result in getting hpv in the throat. I would think that by having unprotected intercourse, that is if your husband is not wearing a condom, he would be at risk for developing hpv by having sex with you. You can get hpv by having sex with someone who is infected with hpv. This disease is spread easily during anal or vaginal sex, and it can also be spread through oral sex or other. Hpv is a group of more than 200 related viruses, some of which are spread through vaginal, anal, or oral sex. Sexually transmitted hpv types fall into two groups, low risk and high risk. risk factors for oral hpv include the following oral sex. Evidence suggests that an increase in oral sexual activity may be a risk, with men being more at risk, especially if they smoke. The types of hpv found in the mouth are almost entirely sexually transmitted, so its likely that oral sex is the primary route of getting them. There are more than 100 types of hpv and around 15 are associated with cancers. some of these are high risk types that can lead to the development of cancer or precancer. There are treatments available for the health problems that can potentially develop from high risk hpv types. Which hpv types are high risk? Each hpv is assigned a number. The types of hpv that are considered to be high risk (cancer-causing) include hpv. Oral and anal high-risk human papilloma virus infection in hiv-positive men who have sex with men over a 24-month longitudinal study complexity and vaccine implications. Vaccination programmes could reduce the number of hr-hpv genotypes at anal site and the risk of the first hr-hpv acquisition at the oral site.