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HPV Transmission

The genital hpv transmission is primarily sexual, the high-risk types causing cervical dysplasia and the low-risk causing visible verruca or warts. The infection can have a long incubation time, this means months can pass between the time a person is infected and the time a person notices warts in the genital area. This virus doesn’t always have visible signs and is still contagious. The genital hpv transmission is primarily sexual, the high-risk types causing cervical dysplasia and the low-risk causing visible verruca or warts.

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HPV Transmission

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Cervical Dysplasia, Verruca

The only way to avoid contraction it is to not have sex at all, or to only have sex with someone who doesn’t have it and is monogamous. The most common way to get the Human Papilloma Virus is by having sexual contact with someone who has it. The genital hpv transmission is primarily sexual, the high-risk types causing cervical dysplasia and the low-risk causing visible verruca or warts.

Other Topics: HPV Virus, HPV, HPV and Cervical Cancer, Sign of HPV, HPV Info, Human Papillomavirus, Human Papillomavirus Infection, LEEP, Pap Smear, Genital Wart

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

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