Genital Warts: How to Avoid Them
Genital warts are bad. If they form in a bunch on your genitals, you will have a very bad time getting them treated and your relationships will shatter. They look very bad and they will rob you of all mental peace.
How to avoid genital warts? With the relationships we have now a days, unless we become aware, we will surely get in to some problem. All of us try to think that bad things happen to others and not us. But that is only wishful thinking.
Better to be safe than regret afterwards. To prevent genital warts, let us first understand them.
Genital warts- what are they?
Genital warts are caused a group of virus called HPV. This HPV virus also causes the common arts found on other parts of our body. The difference is in the type. HPV are of more than hundred types. The virus that causes genital warts is different to the virus that causes other warts. Virus of the same family of HPV also causes cervical cancer in women.
Genital warts- how do they occur?
HPV virus is transmitted by sexual contact. It can spread both by vaginal and anal sex. After you catch the virus you may not develop any warts for months or years. You are a silent carrier yourself unaware that you have contacted HPV. When the warts appear they will appear singly or in a bunch. They look skin colored bumps and form cauliflower shape.
Genital warts in women
In men the warts are seen but if they form in a woman’s vagina, they will not be seen unless a doctor examines her. These warts spread very fast in the genitalia of women because the virus thrives in the moist warm surroundings.
To protect yourself from getting HPV, always use condoms and try to keep a monogamous relationship. Keep yourself safe at all the times. We will discuss the treatment of genital warts in next article.
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