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The Best Ways to Treat Genital Warts, According to the Doctor

The Best Ways to Treat Genital Warts, Ac...

Genital warts are very common. They affect 500,000 to one million people in the US. In fact, most people who have had sexual contact will get one at some point in their lives. Genital warts are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). There are more than 120 types of HPV. But types 6 and 11 can contribute to 90% of genital wart cases. These types of HPV are low risk types, so they do not usually cause cervical cancer.   Genital warts are considered one of the most common STDs in the world. They are highly contagious and can spread to other people through intercourse. So...
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Do You Know Side Effects of Cervical Cancer Treatment?

Do You Know Side Effects of Cervical Can...

Cervical cancer happens when the cervical cells grow abnormal and invade other tissues of the body. Human papillomavirus (HPV) that spreads through sexual contact is the main cause of this type of cancer. When contracted HPV, a woman’s immunity tries to prevent the virus from harming. However, in some people, HPV survives for years, causing some cells on the cervix’s surface becomes abnormal. Though cervical cancer can be treated in the early stages, it’s less noticeable during the periods. Commonly, treatments for the cancer are more effective in some first stages. But...