Human Papillomavirus is one of the most spread of STDs because the infection usually does not come with any symptoms.
An individual may have it, but do not realize it unless they are tested for it. There are more than 100 types of HPV.
Some types can cause warts on various parts of the body and also cervical cancer. HPV is a virus because there is no cure for it so all we could do was try to prevent being infected by it.
Some types of HPV can spread from skin to skin contact or through breaks in the skin. Genital HPV is transferred during sexual intercourse or any type of genital contact. Once a person is infected with HPV, there’s nothing they can do to reverse it.
It is important to learn about it because a lot of people have never heard about this virus before. One of the medical ways to prevent genital HPV is to get shot prevention.
There were shots for HPV prevention for young men and women from the age of 9 for boys and 11 for girls, going all the way up to age 26.
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This vaccine protects against strains of HPV that cause genital warts only, which is the most common type in adults young.
People who are at higher risk for HPV infection include: people with poor immunity, often damaged skin (cuts), adolescents, and an increase in the number of sexual partners.
There are also several ways that an individual with HPV can try to remove warts symptoms. The first step taken to get rid of warts are drugs mainly consist of creams that are directly applied to the skin include salicylic acid and trichloroacetic acid.