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How do you get rid of HPV?

The best place to get this information is on the HPV website. It says on there in fact that most cases of HPV will fight themselves off and that as long as you eat healthy and (MORE)
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What is HPV?

Human papillomavirus - HPV, discovered in 1956, is a group of viruses that affect the skin and mucous membranes of humans. There are many types of HPV. Some cause warts on the (MORE)
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Can you get HPV from kissing?

Mouth to mouth kissing will not spread genital HPV, unless of course the mouth has already been in contact with an infected genital area! Any direct skin contact with the geni (MORE)
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When was HPV discovered?

HPV, discovered in 1956, is a group of viruses that affect the skin and mucous membranes of humans   HPV was discovered in 1993.
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If you have HPV when you get the vaccine will you still have HPV?

Yes, if you have HPV and you get the vaccination, you will still have it. The HPV vaccine is most effective if given before sexual activity begins. However, there are many typ (MORE)
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How do females get hpv?

Females contract HPV (human papillomavirus) through vaginal, anal, and oral sex. Any type of unprotected genital-to-genital contact between a female and an hpv-infectecd male (MORE)
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Is HPV cancer?

No. Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) is a virus that has the potential  to cause cancer and/or genital warts. Just because you have HPV  does not mean you have or will have cance (MORE)
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Can you prevent hpv?

There are ways to minimize the risks of transmission to your partner. You will need to see your doctor for specific details.
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Can you pass hpv on?

Yes. Human papilloma virus (HPV), the cause of cervical cancer and genital warts, is contagious. You get it through skin to skin genital contact, not just intercourse, so con (MORE)
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What does hpv do?

HPV is the abbreviation for Human Papillomovirus. Some HPV types can cause cervical, vaginal, and vulvar cancer among women, penile cancer among men, and anal and some orophar (MORE)