At the time of birth if delivered vaginally. On
rare occasions, infants can get wart growths in their throat (laryngeal
papillomas) after vaginal delivery. The human papillomavirus may be present
from birth but not active-a latent infection-in young children and may appear
as visible warts up to 3 years later.
From touching their genital
areas if they have warts on their hands.
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