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Hpv Genital Warts

HPV genital warts are usually treated with colposcopy, but human papilloma virus cannot be cured completely. It is common to have more than one type of the virus at the same time and show no symptoms. Most HPV infections are transmitted with sexual intercourse, with direct skin contact. Approximately two-thirds of people that have sexual contact with an infected person will most likely develop the virus. HPV genital warts are usually treated with colposcopy, but human papilloma virus cannot be cured completely.

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Hpv Genital Warts

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Colposcopy, Human Papilloma Virus

Chances of contracting HPV increase with multiple sex partners among sexually active people. Some Human Papilloma virus infections may cause visible legions in the ano-genital region, while others cause abnormal Pap smear results and are strongly associated with pre-cancerous and cancerous changes of the cervix. HPV genital warts are usually treated with colposcopy, but human papilloma virus cannot be cured completely.

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