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Can genital warts or herpes cause you to be sterile?



Can genital warts or herpes cause you to be sterile?

If you are not treated:
Since there are strains of HPV that are linked to cervical cancer, failing to seek treatment can be fatal. But since many types of HPV are basically harmless, they need only be monitored with yearly Pap smears (or more frequently -- every three to six months -- if a result comes back abnormal).
If genital warts are allowed to grow without treatment, they can block the vagina, urethra, or anus, and become very uncomfortable. Depending on where they are on the body, genital warts can cause sores and bleeding. An increase in the size and number of the warts is also more likely during pregnancy and when a person's immune system is compromised by diabetes, an organ transplant, Hodgkin's disease, or HIV/AIDS, among other conditions

If you are not treated: While herpes is not life-threatening, and not all people who have it suffer from outbreaks, those who do experience outbreaks find that topical medication as Zovirax ointment eases the pain and can help speed recovery when blisters appear.

Genital warts and Genital Herpes do not cause sterility. But both cause medical problems in pregnancy and labour. Source(s): http://www.std-gov.org/stds/hpv_warts.ht...
http://www.std-gov.org/stds/herpes.htm...
indirectly yes if left untreated, HPV is the main cause of uterine cancer. Talk to your DR about GARDASIL and see if this vaccine is available yet in your area
If left untreated then yes. I found this resource helpful: http://www.genital-warts.org/ Gives information on how to cure genital warts naturally and permanently.
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