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Warts: Spanner in Lover's Works!

by Medindia Content Team on February 12, 2006 at 6:42 PM
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Warts: Spanner in Lover's Works!

The Human Wart Virus is spelling disaster for the lovers, obvious fallout of the present day sex life which indicates that 70 to 80 per cent of women risk suffering the genital infection with HPV, at some point in their lives.

HPV, among most cases affects the genital tract and thankfully a very small percentage of them actually are responsible for malignant change. HPV infections are temporary, with the body able to cleanse itself, by the action of the immune system, all within a few months. In one to two-thirds of women in whom there are lingering traces of HPV, there is a lurking risk of malignant changes if appropriate steps are not taken.


Multipartnered men are potential HPV culprits who pass it on. There has also been the suggestion by researchers in London and Glasgow that oral sex also contributes to increase in oral cancer cases.Professor Frazer, has been involved with development of a vaccine that is awaiting approval from the Therapeutic Goods Administration , after which the best solution would be to vaccinate all children at puberty, regardless and before they embark on their sex lives .



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