There is some debate if genital herpes leads to cervical cancer; I don't believe it is proven. HPV (genital warts) can lead to cervical cancer and a person infected with HPV and herpes has a higher risk of cervical cancer. I don't believe you need to worry about cervical cancer being caused from the herpes infection.
No genital herpes and alzheimer's are not related to each other.
Trichomoniasis does not lead to cervical cancer.
No it will remain a oral herpes only.
NoGenital warts are caused by the Human Papilloma Virus, also known as HPV. HPV has different strains, some of which can lead to cervical cancer. Usually, changes in the cervix and abnormal cells that can lead to cancer are detected on pap smears.Genital warts are not deadly; for men or women.
Since genital herpes is a virus, it is not curable, but can be controlled via medications.NO, intimacy may be a moment but herpes is forever. Herpes is spread through contact and sometimes even when your partner does is not showing a break out (herpes genital warts). Herpes can be spread between partners either genital to genital, genital to mouth, or mouth to genital. Herpes does not lead to cancer like other viruses (HPV) or have as serious medical consequences as HIV (AIDS). Always use protection!!!Hi,unfortunatelly there is no cure for genital herpes at the moment.... :(but there is a good relief.. i use..http://genital-herpes-relief.org/herpes/home-treatment.htmlhope it helps ucheers,T.No they can't. They can only be subsided.Sadly, there is no cure for herpes, only treatment.A this time yes; hopefully a cure will be found in the near future.
Oral herpes can lead to genital herpes if the mouth makes contact with the genitals IE Oral sex. So if you have a cold sore so not go down on your partner or the other way around. and be careful you can spread herpes even if you do not have signs of an outbreak.
One cause of cervical cancer can be caused by the HPV virus. It is important to have annual pap smears to screen for abnormal cells that can lead to cervical cancer.
Herpes is a contagious infection that's caused by the herpes simplex virus. One type of the virus - herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV1) - can lead to cold sores around the mouth. An infection of herpes simplex virus type 2 (HSV2) can lead to genital herpes, a sexually transmitted disease that causes blisters and pain in the genital area.
It can lead to Cervical Cancer.
About 15 high-risk HPV types have been identified which can lead to cervical cancer. HPV types 16 and 18 are most commonly associated with cervical cancer and together are estimated to account for 70% of cervical cancer cases.The HPV-16 strain is thought to be a cause of about 50% of cervical cancers.
A pap smear is a screening test for changes in cervical cells (dysplagia) which can lead to cervical cancer.
Because genital herpes affects the nerves, some women have difficulty with bladder emptying during an outbreak, particularly during an initial outbreak. This temporary neurogenic bladder may lead to discomfort or cystitis.
Genital Herpes could lead to Myesthenia Gravis. The viral anitgens could stimulate an immune response that attacks the Ach receptors on the muscle end plate. It will simply be a misdirected immune reaction that results in autoimmune response
Prostate cancer Cervical cancer H.I.V./A.I.D.S. (can lead to infertility) Crabs Syphillis Gonorrhea Crohns
I am almost 100% sure the answer to your question is "no". However, Im not sure about cervical cancer, if it has anything to do with any of that. If you know what cancer is, you will see why you cannot spread it. Basically, cancer is something that changes your cells and the way they work. Its really hard to explain, so if your really interested I would first search the internet to see what cancer is itself. I do know that cancer does not spread and just affects that person, its host(The one with cancer that your speaking of). Answer: Not directly ... but (there's always a but) the human papillomavirus (HPV) is a papillomavirus that is transmitted sexually. Some types of HPV may cause genital warts. Genital warts may lead to cervical cancer. Luckily a preventative vaccine for HPV has been developed and is available through most doctors/clinics.
It is crucial that pregnant women infected with HSV-1 or HSV-2 go to prenatal care visits and tell their doctor if they have ever experienced any symptoms of, been exposed to, or been diagnosed with genital herpes. Sometimes genital herpes infection can lead to miscarriage or premature birth. Herpes infection can be passed from mother to child resulting in a potentially fatal infection (neonatal herpes). It is important that women avoid contracting herpes during pregnancy. A woman with genital herpes may be offered antiviral medication from 36 weeks gestation through delivery to reduce the risk of an outbreak. At the time of delivery a woman with genital herpes should undergo careful examination. If herpes symptoms are present at delivery, a cesarean delivery (also called a 'C-section') is usually performed.
It is actually a vaccine for different types of papillomaviruses (HPV). There is over 120 types of HPVs but most of them are benign. Under 20 of these papillomavirustypes are considered high risk and could cause intraepithelial lesions that may lead to cervical cancer. Most of new cervical cancers are attributable to high-risk HPVs, making HPV one of the most important infectious cause of cancer. The vaccine prevents from the most common high-risk HPVs which cause over 90% of all genital warts and most of the HPV associated cancer caces.
Genital warts do not lead to AIDS.
Not always but they are the primary reason for this kind of cancer. Be sure to talk to your doctor if you believe you are infected or have questions about this virus.
Yes its possible. There is a blood test for herpes. But it should be done at least 6-8 weeks after you were exposed to it. Testing too early after being exposed can lead to false results.
Infection with high-risk HPV subtypes can lead to cancer. The types of HPV that cause genital warts are not normally the high-risk, cancer-causing subtypes.
HPV is short of the Human Papillomavirus, which can cause genital warts. Certain strains have also been linked to cervical cancer in women, which is why it is considered dangerous.The controversy surrounding vaccinating young women stems from the perception that knowing they are immune from certain strains of HPV that may lead to cervical cancer will encourage young women to be more sexually promiscuous.
Absolutely YES! Genital herpes may be passed from one person to another through close physical contact. This means sex and practically anything else that can lead to sex. This includes kissing, oral sex, anal sex, etcetera. Genital herpes does not keep you from getting pregnant. In fact, if you or your partner have genital herpes you should see a doctor immediately. The doctor can show you how to use safer birth control so you don't pass the herpes virus to each other (or anyone else) and do his/her best to make sure you don't get pregnant. Babies born to mothers with Herpes generally contract herpes when they are born from the vagina. Many times, women with genital herpes are forced to have a caesarean delivery (when they cut her tummy open and get the baby out) just to protect the baby from getting Herpes. This is VERY SERIOUS! See a doctor and learn what to do to protect yourself and your partner and NOT get pregnant until you learn more.
The human papillomavirus can cause many problems. It can lead to infertility and can also cause cervical cancer in women.