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Decrease cervical cancer risk with routine physician visit for a pap smear and notify him/her of any unusual vaginal discharge. A common question asked is, “Who gets carcinoma of the cervix?” The number one cause is multiple sexual partners since one has a greater risk of contracting HPV corresponding to the more partners you have. The age, at which most women contract HPV, is between the ages of 18 and 25. Decrease cervical cancer risk with routine physician visit for a pap smear and notify him/her of any unusual vaginal discharge.

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Cervical Cancer Risk

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Pap Smear, Vaginal Discharge

Since HPV is transmitted through simple skin-to-skin contact, condoms offer little to know protection against sexually transmitted strains of HPV. Abstinence, or having one sexual partner (a monogamous relationship) is the only real protection against HPV transmission. Decrease cervical cancer risk with routine physician visit for a pap smear and notify him/her of any unusual vaginal discharge.

Other Topics: HPV, HPV Vaccine, HPV Virus, HPV Virus Treatment, Woman HPV, Human Papilloma Virus, Human Papillomavirus, Cause of Cervical Cancer, Pap Smear, Female Genital Wart

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

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