HPV and Genital Warts

For someone with human papillomavirus, oral sex can be a method of transmission, leading to HPV in the mouth and oral cancer. HPV and oral sex have also been linked to increases in throat cancer. Learn more about how oral sex can transmit HPV and how to reduce your risk.
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  • HPV doctors share their perspectives on human papillomavirus infection and cancer=, including the effectiveness of the HPV vaccine.
  • With a deep fear of doctors, tests, and potential procedures, making the decision to get annual checkups from my gynecologist was a big change. But after several reproductive health issues, this turned out to be one of the best decisions I’ve made for my health.

  • Learn key facts and statistics about this sexually transmitted condition caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV), the virus that also causes common skin warts.
  • Vaccination is the key to prevention, but treatment options are available if you already have HPV or genital warts.
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