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Living with HIV
Post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP)
Typically, the virus (HPV) is transmitted or contracted through direct genital to genital contact with a partner infected by HPV, and this with or without penetration.
Frequently, lesions may go unnoticed given their small size early on in their development. At times, lesions may be present only on the internal skin surfaces of the genital organs (i.e. rectum, vagina or cervix).
Transmission may also occur via contact with infected genital secretions. It is extremely improbable that condyloma be transmitted amongst members of a family (without sexual contact).