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Protect Yourself Against HPV And Genital Warts- San Francisco

By Ramon Gil on September 16, 2009

Genital warts are spread by skin-to-skin contact usually during vaginal, anal, or oral sex play. There is a chance genital warts can be spread even when no warts are visible. Genital warts may be small, flat, flesh-colored bumps or tiny, cauliflower-like bumps. In men, genital warts can grow on the penis, near the anus, or between the penis and the scrotum. Genital warts differ from the common wart in where they grow in the warm, moist genital areas of the body. For men wart growth is common on the head of the penis, the shaft of the penis, or randomly on the scrotum or around the anus.

Genital warts are bumps of various sizes on the skin of the genitals. They result from infection with some types of human papillomavirus, or HPV (a common sexually transmitted virus). Genital Warts don't have to be present to become infected with Hpv because it can be caught from touching the infected skin or through sexual fluids. Which is why it's fast becoming a world wide epidemic with 6.2 million new cases each year in the US alone. Genital warts are contagious. Skin to skin contact and of course any sexual contact should be avoided until the condition is eliminated or you may pass the the virus on and risk infecting others as well.

Genital warts must be treated by a doctor. DO NOT use over-the counter remedies meant for other kinds of warts. Genital warts can be passed from person to person through intimate sexual contact. In some rare cases, genital warts are transmitted from a mother to her baby during childbirth.

Whether you like it or not abstinence is the only 100 percent effective way of not catching HPV. However, for those of you who are or are planning on being sexually active there are some different things you can do in order to protect yourself from getting HPV or genital warts while at the same time having an active and pleasurable sex life.

So, using a condom is perhaps the most common and effective way of preventing HPV, however it still only provides a limited amount of protection.

Research shows that a marine plant life Carrageenan also kills the HPV virus on contact which means that if you were to use a personal lubricant that has Carrageenan in it you would be giving yourself an additional amount of protection against the HPV virus.

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