What are the risks of pregnancy with HPV?
The majority of people infected previously with HPV have no more difficulties with pregnancy than other people. If you have ever had genital condyloma (genital warts), tell your OB-GYN. If you currently have genital warts, they can be removed before labor to prevent bleeding during delivery.
Some studies have shown that there’s a greater risk of miscarriage and preterm delivery in people diagnosed with HPV who have had significant cervical tissue removed to prevent cervical cancer from developing. A history of HPV has not been shown to change labor and delivery processes.