What is HPV and what are symptoms, cures, cause, etc...and does everybody capture wart near it?
Ive heard ppl talk about this and aphorism there is no symptoms because alot of ppl dont get them. I just want to know the rudiments and how they know what type they have and all that jazz. thanks!
The CDC has pious information about HPV and other sexually transmitted diseases. Source(s): About Sexually Transmitted Diseases - http://www.cdc.gov/STD/
yes! hpv virus is the one that causes genital warts and also it can wreak cervical, penile, anal and etc cancer!
HPV virus has more than ~130 different strains and ~40of them are STD and can cause genital warts and some of them can basis cancer!
anyway HPV virus is most common STD and almost 80% of us have or will get it during our lives!
adjectives you need to know is there - http://thehpvvirus.blogspot.com Source(s): http://www.naturalherbalmedicine.org
There are lots different kinds of HPV, some are the wart forming kind and some are the kind that make your pap smears abnormal. You have that second kind. It's predictable you have HPV strains either 16 or 18.
What causes it is simply coming contained by sexual contact with someone that has HPV. Your kind manifest on the cervix and causes abnormal cell changes that have need of to be monitored by a doctor.
They might want to treat it at your doctor's appointment, but they might just want to wait and see if it resolves on its own.
There is no cure for it, it's something that's always near from now on. If they do decide to treat it, they remove the abnormal cell from your cervix one way or another, and hopefully that will take care of the anomalous pap smears. Even if they do that, the virus will still lay dormant in your system, kind of like the herpes (cold sore) virus.
To facilitate your body heal from it, eat healthy, exercise, and hold vitamins. Vitamins A, E, C, B complex, and fish oil all help your body.
I struggled beside the abnormal pap smears for a LONG time and underwent treatment quite a few, but what help was time and healthy living. 1 in 4 relatives have some form of HPV. I know it's hard, but try not to worry almost it. It's a common thing, and since you've found it early, it is markedly treatable and manageable.
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