HPV is not as dangerous as HIV.
It is more likely for women to transmit HPV than men.
Yes, there is, they claim, more than 100 kinds of HPV.
No, more straight people get HPV than gay people.
No, once you get HPV you have it forever. You get HPV from intercourse or other skin-to-skin contact. HPV has nothing to do with smoking.
More than six million women in the United States have persistent HPV infections, for which there are no cure
No there is not more than 100 types of chlamydia. There are more than 100 types of HPV.
Herpes and HPV are not necessarily more dangerous than other STDs, but they are more troublesome because there is no medication to cure them. Treatment to decrease symptoms and complications is available.
Once infected with HPV, the virus always remains in the body.
There are more than 80 types of HPV. About 30 of these types can be transmitted sexually, including those that cause genital warts (papillomas).
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The answer is YES. This is because the HPV vaccines only have 2 or 4 HPV strands (2 version of HPV vaccines.) There are many more HPV stands out there.
There are more than 100 types of HPV. See the related link.
Can you get ringworm more than once
No. The HPV vaccine Gardasil does not contain HPV virus or DNA from the HPV virus. The HPV vaccine can not cause HPV infection, genital warts, cellular changes or cancer. The vaccine contain virus like particles (VLP). The immune system makes antibodies towards these VLP and the same antibodies can later on destroy real HPV. Gardasil gives protection against HPV type 16 and 18 which are the two most important strains of HPV. HPV 16 and 18 are the cause of more than 70 percent of cervical cancer.
Human papillomavirus, or HPV, is a virus that infects the skin and genital area. More than 130 types of HPV have been identified. Some infect the skin and can produce warts, some infect the genital area and can p
It can occur more than once.
well obviously we can't name all the types because hpv has more than 100 different strains to it but it either causes cervical cancer and or warts
HPV is not likely to cause a white bump at the tip of your tongue. See your dentist if the bump persists for more than two weeks.
Yes. Look on the NHS website for more information about HPV vaccines.
The Human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infection (STI) in the US. There are more than 100 types of HPV but only a few types of HPV actually cause genital warts.
You should only receive it once, even if you go to mass more than once. It is not completely wrong to receive it more than once though.
Yes, I also have Hpv and the yeast infections come and go but it is a lot more than some one with out. If this helps my doctor says eating lots of yogurt lessen the chance of so many infections, it helped me.
yes you can contract measles more than once
Yes, hornets can sting more than once.