Genital herpes virus does not cause cancer in cervix, but may contribute to it.
Genital herpes does not cause cervical cancer because it is caused by a totally different virus from HPV.
HPV is the STD that can cause genital warts or cervical cancer. HPV stands for human papillomavirus.
HPV is the virus that causes cervical cancer. While herpes may increase the risk of having HPV, is is not a direct cause of cervical cancer.
The subtypes of HPV that cause genital warts are not typically the subtypes that increase the risk of cervical cancer. The HPV vaccine lowers the risk of the subtypes that most commonly cause cancer.
NO they are totally different viruses. Some types of genital warts (HPV) can cause cervical cancer. HSV is herpes simplex virus, it doesn't do much to your body besides cause ocasional pain full blisters or sores.
The number 1 cause of cervical cancer in women is infection of the HPV (genital wart) virus.
Herpes zoster can't cause genital herpes.
Herpes simplex 1 will not cause genital herpes.
First, the HPV subtypes that cause genital warts are not the types that typically cause cervical cancer. Second, cervical cancer is a slowly-developing disease that is easily prevented through regularly scheduled cervical screening, like pap smears.
Herpes isn't life thretening so that won't kill you. As for the swollen cervix, that depends on what is causing the inflamation (herpes doesn't cause that). If it's cervical cancer then that can kill you if it's not treated early.
Shingles can't cause genital herpes.
Genital herpes doesn't cause vomiting.
Genital warts can't cause herpes.
Genital warts don't directly cause death but genital warts are associated with Cervical Cancer which could kill..
No, genital herpes outbreak does not cause gas.
No it does not. Genital herpes can cause pain but it doesn't cause pain in the testicals.
Herpes simplex types 1 and 2 both cause genital herpes. They don't "turn into" genital herpes -- they're the germ that you catch to get genital herpes.
No your heightened risk for cervical cancer can not do that.
HPV (human papillomavirus) causes all kinds of warts -- on your hands, feet, knees, and genitals. Some subtypes of HPV cause genital warts; a few high risk types can cause cancer, including cancer of the cervix, anus, penis, vulva, head, and neck. The types of HPV that cause warts are not the types that cause cancer. Genital Herpes is caused by a herpetic virus, is not related to warts, and is not linked to cancer like HPV is. However, having genital herpes AND HPV increases your risk of cancer from the HPV virus.
Herpes Simplex I causes oral herpes though it can cause genital herpes and is transmitted through oral sex. Herpes Simplex II causes genital herpes though it can cause oral herpes and is transmitted through oral sex as well as through genital-to-genital contact.
Gonorrhea does not cause cervical cancer. HPV causes cervical cancer.
No. Genital herpes does not cause you to have canker sores. Genital herpes and canker sores are completely different and not related to each other.
It is the opposite, HPV causes genital warts and they are common and HVP can cause penis and cervical cancer.
Nope genital herpes has nothing to do with impotence or infertlility.