1. HPV vaccines will not “cure” a current infection. But I think you realized that. However, the current vaccine protects against 9 different sub-strains, I might be worth it, but it’s up to your physician, you and your insurance company (if you don’t want to pay for it).
2. Remember cancer is not an on/off switch. It’s a risk. Yes, there is some risk that he could get HPV from you. Yes, there is some risk that the HPV could cause an oropharyngeal cancer. And one must remember that oropharyngeal cancer can be caused by other things like chewing tobacco, or cigarette or cigar smoking. Or, not to be accusatory, but he could have gotten one of the HPV subtypes from another partner.
3. The HPV that causes genital warts is not generally associated with HPV-causing cancer.
4. There are no known blood tests for HPV infections, but I might have forgotten about one or two.
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