Wednesday, November 30, 2016

What is HPV-Human Papilloma Virus? Learn How to Protect Yourself Before It's Too Late!


Both men and women can be affected by this s3exually transmitted virus called Human Papilloma Virus [HPV]. It can be life-threatening, especially to women because if it is untreated it will create the perfect environment for developing of cervical cancer. That is why in this article you will read about the symptoms and a possible treatment. Everyone should be careful because this virus can be really dangerous.
According to the National Cervical Cancer Coalition of the United States, NCCC, there are more than 100 different types of this virus. Actually other types of HPV cause common warts on the hands and feet but they are harmless and they do not give any kind of symptoms and eventually they will disappear on their own. However, around 40 types of the virus are focusing the genital area and approximately 80% of both genders will experience at least one type of those types at some point in life. 

What is really important for everyone to understand is that these types of HPV virus (Genital HPV types), is a high risk for cervical pre-cancer and cancer.

You can get the virus with a direct skin to skin contact with a person that has it, which means that if you have any kind of s3xual activity with the person that has it, you will end up with having the virus as well. The worst part is that many people do not know that they have the virus because there are no early symptoms in most of the cases, and they end up with spreading the virus without even knowing that and that one person can have more than one type of this virus.

Women that are over the 30 should regularly visit the gynecologist because their immune system is not strong enough to fight the virus on its own. It is important to know that even women who are not s3xually active should regularly visit gynaecologist as there is chance the cervical cancer to develop in the next 10 to 2o years after being infected from the virus. 
According to National Library of Medicine of the United States (US National Library of Medicine) the cervical cancer is 100% preventable if it is discovered in early stage.

People must be aware of the fact that male and the female condoms do not provide 100% protection from this virus.

That is why everyone should be really careful and to have regular checks from a medical person.

Source: PeanutDaily


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