HPV Warts

HPV (human papillomavirus virus) is a virus that causes warts to appear on the hands, feet, and even genitals. There are around 100 types of HPV, 60 of the HPV types cause warts on the hands and feet. The other 40 HPV types are called the genital HPV. They are the ones found in the…

HPV Vaccination and Side Effects

The HPV vaccine is an inactivated (not live) vaccine that protects individuals against four major types of said virus.  These include two types that cause about 70% of cervical cancer and two types that cause about 90% of genital warts. Interestingly, the vaccination can prevent most genital warts and most cases of cervical cancer. Genital…

HPV Treatment

Treatment of HPV Human Papillomavirus or HPV can infect people through sexual intercourse or oral sex with someone who has the virus. HPV creates epithelial cells of the skin and mucous membranes such as the vagina, cervix, anus, penis head, throat, and mouth. The virus is sexually-transmitted and can spread in these mucous membrane environments….

HPV Symptoms

A person infected with the HPV usually does not know that they are infected by the virus because they did not develop any symptoms or health problems. Most of the time, the immune system is able to beat the virus before it develops any symptoms, and HPV goes away unnoticed.  However, one of the more…

HPV in Women

HPV is a common infection that can easily spread through skin-to-skin contact most particularly sexual contact. HPV stands for human papillomavirus. There are around 100 different kinds of HPV which can cause problems ranging from genital warts to more serious problems such as cancer of the cervix, the vagina, the vulva, or even the anus….

HPV in Men

HPV Infection in Men Men can also be infected with HPV (Human Papillomavirus) through sexual contact. Around 40 types of HPV can be passed on and infect a man’s genitalia, anus, even including the mouth and throat passed on by oral sex. Usually, HPV does not show any symptoms, men and women get infected without…

HPV Cures

You might have heard about the virus HPV. Are you interested to know more about it? If so, then you need to read this article. It will tell you about HPV, how it is spread, the sign and symptoms, and its cures. What is HPV? HPV (Human Papilloma virus) is a DNA virus from the…

HPV and Dating

Is Your Sex Life Over Once You Get HPV? This question is the universal expression of similar worries, concerns, and aggravation of numerous women after receiving their HPV findings.  You must, however, bear in mind that currently present are 20 million of the American populace who holds the identical diagnosis as you have.  Furthermore, it…

Does HPV Go Away?

HPV is short for human papilloma (PAP-uh-LO-muh) virus. HPV is a large group of related viruses. While there is no cure for HPV (though vaccinations are available to prevent HPV leading to cancer), it does go away without any kind of treatment the majority of the time. An individual’s natural body defense system (immune system)…