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HPV is one of the most common sexually transmitted viruses. Talk to your doctor early about risk factors and how to protect yourself.

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Understanding Colposcopy and Cervical Biopsy

Doctors use these tests to check for problems with the cervix, including HPV.

Understanding the HPV Virus

According to the CDC, at least one out of every two sexually active people will have HPV at some point in their life.

Treating HPV and Genital Warts

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The Facts About the HPV Vaccine

Learn how getting vaccinated helps protect both yourself and your partners.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases: What to Know

STDs affect men and women of all backgrounds. Know the facts to know your risk.

Talking With Your Doctor About Genital Warts

If you have symptoms, talk to your doctor soon about treatment options.

At Your Appointment

Questions to Ask About Genital Warts

HPV and Cancer

While most HPV infections do not lead to cancer, women especially need to be aware of the risk.

Common Symptoms of HPV and Genital Warts

Bleeding After Sex

Bleeding after sex is not normal. However, many of the underlying causes are very treatable if promptly diagnosed.

Vaginal Bleeding

Abnormal or unexpected vaginal bleeding can be caused by serious, even life-threatening conditions.

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