PREVENTION OF VPH
Avoid the cervical cancer ! ! !
What is VPH?
There are about 40 different types can be divided into two groups:
1) VPH termed "low oncogenic risk."
2) VPH termed "high oncogenic risk".
This virus does not have a cure!
In general, low oncogenic risk VPH cause warts on the genitals or anus: lump or bulge that can be of various sizes and usually take the form of "cauliflower".
The warts can be treated, but may reappear if the immune system of the person has not completely eliminated the VPH. The types of HPV that cause warts do not cause cáncer.
A person can reduce the chance of contracting HPV, and diseases caused by this virus, through:
• Condom use.
• Medical checks.
• Limit the number of sexual partners. However, until people in his life have had only
one sexual partner they can contract HPV. And it may not be possible to determine
whether a partner who has been sexually active in the past is infected today.
• Do not share baths, underwear or pads.