Learn about it before you get it
How can you get Hpv?
Hpv is passed through intercourse mostly through vaginal an anal sex. But you can also get infected from oral sex. You can get hpv no madder what your sexual preference is.
How to tell if you have Genital Warts
If you have intercourse with a partner that is infected with HPV its usual that you will develop genital warts from 6 weeks to 6 months. You may get flesh colored warts that can be big or small. They may only develop in one place or cluster all over the genitals. They can grow on the vagina, vulva, cervix, penis, scrotum, urethra, or on the anus.
Treatment for Genital Warts
There are many treatments for genital warts. There are medications that can be applied to the warts at the doctors office or even at home. Although our body can fight against the warts, so if so then the warts will go away after a while. It may be hard to get rid of the warts without a medication if the person has a weak immune system.
Genital Wart symptoms
Genital warts can be uncomfortable but they are not dangerous. They may itch, or start to cause sores that start to bleed. Which can increase your risk of HIV infection. Genital warts will not cause cancer. If a women who has hpv is pregnant she should talk to a doctor so she can get treated before giving pregnant. It is possible for the baby to be born with hpv.