Does HPV Go Away on Its Own?

Does HPV Go Away on Its Own?

Apr 27

HPV (Human papillomavirus) is easily spread through sexual activities, so it becomes one of the most common STDs in the world. According to the CDC, approximately 80 million Americans have HPV. But most people don’t know they have HPV because they have had no symptoms. Does HPV go away on its own? Read on to know more detail.   How to Recognize You Have HPV Because HPV sometimes doesn’t...

7 Shocking Ways HPV Can Be Transmitted

7 Shocking Ways HPV Can Be Transmitted

Apr 12

We all know that unprotected sex with an HPV-infected person can put you at risk of HPV. Here are a few other ways you didn’t know HPV can be transmitted. Scroll through till last. How is HPV Transmitted? How do You Get HPV Virus? 1. Sexual Intercourse, especially Oral Sex Having sex with an infected person is a common way of contracting HPV. The virus is highly contagious. It can be...

Check Your Penis if You Have One of These STDs

Check Your Penis if You Have One of These STDs

Mar 29

Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are very common for sexually active people. If you have contact with your partner’s genital without protection, you can be at risk for STDs. Condoms can help to reduce your risk of contracting STDs, but they’re always protective. Although STD symptoms are often invisible, there’re some things you can look for. If you are a man who contracted an STD, check...

HPV Vaccine for Men- Everything You Should Know

HPV Vaccine for Men- Everything You Should Know

Mar 15

You may have heard about the HPV vaccine for men. It can help protect against genital warts and some types of cancer. Currently, vaccination is the best way to prevent HPV infections because there is no cure or test for the virus in men. Here is what you need to know. How Is HPV Transmitted? HPV is also known as human papillomavirus. It is one of the most common sexually transmitted infections...

7 Helpful Ways to Early Recognize Symptoms of Cervical Cancer

7 Helpful Ways to Early Recognize Symptoms of Cervical Cancer

Mar 02

Cervical cancer caused by human papillomavirus (HPV) can occur in women at any age. But this cancer usually happens to sexually active women in the ages between 20 and 50. Cervical cancer can be treated in the early stages; however, it’s commonly detected in late stages which is more life-threatening. To early recognize symptoms of cervical cancer, keep reading this article to learn some helpful...