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Human Papillomavirus

Also called: HPV

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Hi, The issue with HPV is that not enough is known about it for anyone to truly pinpoint when or from where the virus originated in ones body...
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Yes, genital warts (condylomata) can occur on the scrotum, the penis, and the area around the genitals or rectum.
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Hi, The average incubation period, which begins immediately after the initial sexual contact with an infected person, is usually two to three months...
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Hi HPV can be a bit of bugger, before you start having sex, there is shots you can get for protection, But read this blow. It can take months, or...
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Hi Vaginal discharge is normal , and as you go through the amount will change as will the colour, but if you think your above the norm either see...
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Hi For one its a visual thing and there is no picture, and second as its been there a long time, of which you don't sayI don't think its...
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Hi Seeing as you both had partners before marriage, and from what your saying could have had unprotected sex? YesHPV can stay dormant in you or your...
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Hi, There is a link below, but first you should get tested at an STD/GUM Clinic, don't worry the staff will be very helpful and answer all your...
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HPV does not "cure itself" in two years.....
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Hi, Just get to an STD/GUM Clinic an get a test done there, the staff will be very helpful to you, and give you advice on what could be your problem...
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No...different viruses and different treatments. A herpes medication only works for herpes infections, not HPV.
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No....if your pap smear indicates changes that may indicate HPV, you may have HPV. While this could be a false positive finding, it is probably...
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Hi, So most likely you're not putting yourself at any further risk by continuing to have sex with him/her as long as you're positive that...
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You need to see a proctologist (rectal specialist) or gastroenterologist for a proper examination and treatment. Anal HPV is not something you should...
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Hi If you don't hpv then don't go there, and yes it get passed on then then you would pass it and so on.Here's a link give it a good read...
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