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you about What Is HPV Human Papillomavirus
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The Human Papillomavirus or more commonly
known as HPV is the term used for a group
of more than 150 viruses. Although most of
these viral infections do not manifest in
humans, there are around 30 to 40 types of
the virus that do which may cause the appearance
of cutaneous formations like condylomas and
papillomas. The name Papillomavirus derives
from papillomas which in simple terms means
warts. Warts may be flat, in the form of small
bumps or they may also be cauliflower-shaped.
HPV infections are transferred primarily through
sexual contact making the Human Papilloma
Virus the leading cause of sexually transmitted
diseases (STDs) worldwide. In a few instances,
some types of HPV infections may cause cancer.
In women, it is cancer of the cervix, vulva,
vagina and the anus. In men, the areas most
affected are the penis, the tongue, tonsils
and the throat. The most common HPV strains
that cause infections in the anogenital tract
of humans are HPV types 6, 11, 16 and 18.
Other HPV types like HPV-5 may still cause
warts but those are likely to appear on other
sensitive parts of the body rather than in
the anogenital area.
The majority of people carrying HPV infections
do not usually have common symptoms of the
Human Papillomavirus and are usually cleared
of its presence after some years. However,
once a person has been infected with HPV they
are still capable of transmitting HPV infections
to other sexual partners. In order to tell
if a person is infected, he or she has to
undergo some HPV DNA tests.
HPV infections are classified into two groups:
the "low-risk" HPV infections and the "high-risk"
HPV infections. Low-risk HPV types include
HPV-6 and HPV-11, which create abnormalities
in cells and are responsible for the appearance
of genital warts. These HPV types are those
that are curable and the abnormalities caused
by them do not turn into cancer. On the other
hand, HPV-16 and HPV-18 and a few other types
of HPV are termed as oncogenic, carcinogenic
thus are high-risk for developing cancer.
These are persistent infections causing abnormalities
in cells that lead to cancers in women such
as severe dysplasia of the cervix.
All sexually active people are at risk of
contracting the Human Papillomavirus. Having
multiple sexual partners heightens the risks
of getting infected with HPV so staying in
a monogamous relationship is advantageous.
The Human Papillomavirus infections are commonly
transmitted through skin contact and the use
of condoms to protect both the male and female
genital regions are not a guarantee for not
becoming infected. Studies have shown however,
that condoms have been associated with lowering
a woman's chances of contracting the virus
and getting cervical cancer.
There is no medical treatment to cure the
Human Papilomavirus itself, however there
are methods to remove common warts, genital
warts or cervical lesions caused by various
types of the HPV infections.
Cryosurgery or freezing, loop electrosurgical
excision procedure (LEEP) and conization are
just some of these methods. The last two involve
the removal of tissue from the affected area.
There are drugs available for treating genital
warts as well.
Two vaccines have been developed and approved
by the United States Food and Drug Administration
(FDA) for general use. Gardasil® and Cervarix®
have proven to be effective against HPV infections
particularly in treating high-risk HPVs such
as HPV-16 and HPV-18.
Apart from various methods of wart removal
treatments mentioned above it is important
to keep your immune system healthy. High immune
resistance will naturally fight the presence
of HPV infections in your body therefore eliminating
the appearance of warts.
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