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Which STDSTI can cause genital warts and cervical cancer?
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No, finger warts are not caused by the same subtype of HPV that causes genital warts.
No; while there are over 100 strains of human papillomavirus (HPV), the two prolific strains most commonly transmitted are HPV-6 and HPV-11 (Though there are a great number of… others). They are not known to be trasmitted to other areas (hands, feet). Strains of condylomata acuminatum (warts) seem to be strictly confined to either genitalia and the mouth or the rest of the body.
No, Plantar warts and Genital warts are two totally separate types of warts.
Genital herpes does not cause cervical cancer because it is caused by a totally different virus from HPV.
Hand warts won't cause genital warts. The subtypes are different. Warts on your hand are not genital warts and will not infect the genital area.
Nope, they are caused by different HPV strains. However, having HPV strains that cause genital warts doesn't mean you don't have HPV strains that cause cervical cancer. Ma…jority of genital warts infection are caused by HPV strain 6 and 11 while majority of cervical cancer HPVs are strain 16 and 18. They aren't related. but again, it's possible that you have both strain 6 and 18 for example. it's the same thing for people who never had genital warts. They might have strain 16 or 18, who knows? But keep in mind most people cleared up their HPV infection within 2 years. Females who had abnormal pap smear test usually would always be normal again when they got retested 2 years later Only very small minority of females with strain 16 and 18 that develop cervical cancer in the end (1-3% or even less)
Genital warts do not cause plantar warts.
Genital warts & cancer The HPV types that cause external visible warts (HPV Types 6 and 11) rarely cause cancer. Other HPV types (most often Types 16, 18, 31, 33 and 35)… are less common in visible warts but are strongly associated with penile and vulvar intra-epithelial neoplasia (pre-cancerous changes) and squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) of the genital area especially cervical cancer and less frequently invasive vulvar cancer. However, only a very small percentage of those infected will develop genital cancer. This is because HPV infection is only one factor in the process; cigarette smoking and the immune system are also important. Cervical smears, as recommended in the National Cervical Screening guidelines, detect early abnormalities of the cervix, which can then be treated. If these abnormalities were ignored over a long period, they could progress to cancer. If your skin problem is troublesome and/or persistent, seek the advice of your general practitioner, dermatologist or a sexual health physician.
Genital warts are caused by infection with Human Papilloma Virus (a sexually transmitted infection). Human Papilloma Virus can lead to cervical cancer. A vaccine has recently …been developed to protect against 2 types of this virus (6 and 11). It depends on the stain of the virus and often the immune system of the infected person. About 90% of genital warts are caused by HPV-6 and -11, these HPV types are considered "low risk," having a low cancer-causing potential. HPV-16 is responsible for about 50% of cervical cancers, and types 16, 18, 31, and 45 together account for 80% of cancers. While these strains cause the majority of all cancers, they are the strain least likely to be contracted. If you contract HPV, make sure any future health care professional you see knows you are infected, so they can take measures to watch for the tiniest changes in your cervix. And keep up on the literature available from your doctor or heath care clinic. Because the warts themselves are infectious, avoid touching them. Do not pick or squeeze the warts. You will cause them to spread in the area and to other parts of your body.
Having warts may cause some mental issues that could affect you getting an erection, but there shouldn't be any direct cause and affect.
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Genital herpes virus does not cause cancer in cervix, but may contribute to it.
Only if she is infected with the virus can you catch genital warts.
Genital warts won't cause a miscarriage.
Yes, there are different strands of hpv and grnital warts can become present if you have it. Cervical cancer can later develop if you have hpv if your body doesn't fight it of…f on its own, that's why if you are positive for hpv it's a good idea to get regular tests done to make sure this doesn't happen.