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Condylomas tend to appear more frequently during pregnancy.
Transmission of condylomas to the newborn during passage through the birth canal is rare.
A Caesarian section is recommended only if the lesions are large enough to impair delivery of the baby. This situation is uncommon.
Condylomas often disappear on their own after pregnancy.
Many pregnant women choose treatment to reduce the incidence of condylomas, as well as the risk of spreading them to the child.
The medical community has not yet determined whether HPV vaccination for pregnant women or newborns is effective or safe.