Human Papilloma Virus which is commonly referred to as HPV, is new deadly disease even deadlier than AIDS and it is predicted that new epidemic will take many lives.
In the following text we are going to present you why HPV is far more deadlier than HIV.
HPV (Human papilloma Virus) is the most widespread STI in the States that affect membranes lining your body and skin, for example, throat, mouth, anus, cervix. There are actually more than 100 types of this virus, where many of them look so nasty.
2.The Condom Misconception
Common misconception is that condoms will protect us from sexually transmitted diseases such as Aids/HIV. But condoms can’t provide 100% protection against HPV according to the newest studies. It can actually spread through skin-to-skin contact with infected parts of the body (skin) such as female and male genitalia. This silent killer is especially serious for women and can be unnoticed for years before it attacks
3.A Prolific Virus
HPV is highly contagious and common disease where ¾ of sexually active women acquiring it at particular period of their lives. It is well known that this virus is sexually transmitted but skin to skin genital contacts is another mode of transmission. It means that condom can not protect you 100%.
4.Contracting the Virus
In the most cases, people are getting infected with the virus shortly after the onset of sexual activity. Even when the infected individuals have no symptoms or signs of HPV, the virus can pass. It may take a several years for signs to appear and sometimes never experience any signs during the life.
5.Danger to Woman
Men are less susceptible to contracting HPV than women. Female to male transmission rates are 5% lower than male to female transmission rates according to HPV transmission rates.
6.Links To Cancer
The most common HPV-related disease is cervical cancer. HPV infection is the is the main cause for all cases of cervical cancer – the leading reason of death in women. 70% of all cervical cancer cases are caused by HPV types 16 and 18.
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