The numbers of teen males and females infected with the Genital Human Papillomavirus (HPV) continue to rise each year. HPV is the most common Sexually Transmitted Infection. This article takes a look at the HPV vaccine, HPV facts, treatment and prevention options.
HPV, Human papillomavirus, is a sexually transmitted virus that can be spread through any sexual contact, even if you do not have sexual intercourse. Teen safe sex practices can prevent the spread of HPV. In these articles we cover the warning signs of HPV as well as prevention options like the HPV vaccine. HPV treatment options and HPV statistics are also discussed.
With the statistics on sexually active teens infected with the genital human papillomavirus (HPV) infection continuing to increase, it is important for teenagers to know the HPV symptoms and to get help and HPV treatment early to prevent the HPV infection from spreading.
With the number of sexually active teens infected with the genital human papillomavirus (HPV) infection continuing to rise, it is important for teens to be able to recognize HPV symptoms to help get treatment early and prevent spreading the infection.
HPV is one of the most commonly transferred Sexually Transmitted Infections among teens and young adults. This article looks at HPV statistics including who gets it and some of the most effective ways teens can actively treat and prevent the infection.