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Our goal is to spread the word about the dangers and possible treatment of the Human Papilloma Virus.
Because HPV is such a common condition among millions of people, the importance of the right kind of information about the HPV infection is paramount.
Misinformation can be just as dangerous as ignorance. For example, the old saga that warts and moles can be caught from frogs is simply incorrect and should be discarded as quickly as possible. Frogs do not cause warts, the real cause of all skin problems is various strains of the Human Papilloma Virus.
Since HPV is one of the most common STDs known to man, learning more about the virus will let you be more selective with whom you share your bed. HPV can be transmitted from person to person very easily and our best advice to better protect yourself from contagion is – at all costs keep your immune system healthy.
Even if, in case you contract an HPV infection, with a strong immune system the virus won’t have any chance to survive. Active immunity naturally fights the virus. And since the appearance of cutaneous formations (warts, moles, papillomas, condilomas etc.) are only the result of overall poor health, warts can be a great wake-up call to many people whom forgot to treat themselves well to maintain strong health.
While most HPV types aren’t malignant in nature and usually show no signs of viral presence on the skin. There are some types that are very aggressive that may even cause cancer. Fortunately, the types of HPV we are talking about are rare and they don’t affect many people. However, remaining vigilant will let You be in charge and not the virus.
In a word, there is no need to develop fear for becoming infected if you adhere to some basic rules of personal hygiene. First and foremost, the use of a condom will reduce your chances of contracting HPV. When visiting public places like swimming pools, public showers and baths wear slippers to protect your feet. Wash your hands on a regular basis and don’t forget to visit your doctor for a regular checkup. Women and homosexual men should have a Pap smear test done on a regular basis.
We wish you a pleasant and informative stay on our site.
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