Q: If a person had an active genital wart outbreak there is always a chance HPV could spread to a partner. According to the Center of Disease Control if an active genital wart outbreak hasn’t occurred for two or more years there is a 90% chance the virus completely cleared the body. It is possible to become re-infected with HPV or to catch more than one strain of the virus.
If you had genital warts fully removed and haven’t had a genital wart outbreak for two or more years it is safe to say “the chances are high that I won’t spread HPV to a partner”. It is never safe to say, “I am clear of HPV”. It is important to educate people ... For detail, click here.