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For reduced risk of cervical cancer, circumcision can be performed in men decreasing risk of HPV infection and transferance to women resulting in subsequent cancer of the cervix in women and invasive surgical forms such as cryotherapy. Male circumcisions (due to improved hygiene) are associated with a reduced risk of Human papillomavirus infection and, in the case of men with a history of multiple sexual partners, a reduced risk of malignant tissue development in their current female partners. For reduced risk of cervical cancer, circumcision can be performed in men decreasing risk of HPV infection and transferance to women resulting in subsequent cancer of the cervix in women and invasive surgical forms such as cryotherapy.

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Cervical Cancer Circumcision

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Cervix, Cryotherapy

The rate of hpv in circumcised men is 5.5% compared to 19.6% in uncircumcised men, and this virus is responsible for up to 99% of cases of malignancies development. Such men themselves are less likely to develop genital warts and other sexual diseases. For reduced risk of cervical cancer, circumcision can be performed in men decreasing risk of HPV infection and transferance to women resulting in subsequent cancer of the cervix in women and invasive surgical forms such as cryotherapy.

Other Topics: HPV Disease, HPV, HPV Picture, Condition HPV More Symptom, HPV Vaccines, Human Papilloma Virus, Human Papillomavirus HPV Infection, Cervical Dysplasia, Cervical Cone Biopsy, Genital Wart

Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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