Hpv and dating men
Oddly, I first learned about HPV a couple years ago from a man I was dating.
I had vaguely heard of it, but didn’t know exactly what it was.
Most of the time HPV is booted out by the body’s immune system, but sometimes the virus can cause some of your cells to transform into benign, precancerous or cancerous tumors.
Certain HPV types have been implicated in a growing list of cancers that affect both men and women, most notably cervical cancer.
By age 50, at least 80 percent of women will have acquired genital HPV infection.
About 6.2 million Americans get a new genital HPV infection each year.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, “approximately 6.2 million new cases of sexually transmitted HPV infections are reported every year.
At least 20 million people in this country are already infected.” Really, it seems that if you have had sex with a few people, you have HPV.
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The few women I know who do not have HPV are married to the only man they’ve ever had sex with.
Because almost every strain only affects women, many men are completely clueless.
Some types are more likely to cause cancer (high-risk) and some never will (low-risk).
Low-risk HPV types are responsible for external skin growths such as common, flat or plantar warts on hands and feet, and venereal warts (condyloma), in or on the vagina, penis and anus. High-risk HPV types are more inclined to cause cancer, but not always and not necessarily right away.