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Early Symptoms Of Hpv In Women
Many have no Sx: Hpv can pass from one to another with no symptoms at all. Some strains will persist in the body for decades & only be recognized when cell changes on a pap smear suggest precancerous growth. Some strains will produce skin bumps that can grow into wart like growths on the genitals (male or female) & spread over time.
Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infection. There are over 100 different types of HPV that causes warts in different areas of the body. HPV is incredibly common and almost all sexually active men and women get it during their lifetime. Most of the time HPV does not cause any symptoms or complications. However, A limited number of these HPV viruses are pathogenic and if not monitored carefully can be responsible for causing cervical and penile cancer. Some of these viruses have been ...Read more
Variable: There may be no symptoms at all. For those who acquire a cancer producing strain the pap smears may be the first issue & later show the effects of the disease. If external forms are acquired, lesions vary early from small pimple like bumps to large wart like clusters of material that both thicken & spread. You may have an exceedingly foul smelling discharge.
Depends: If you acquire the wart strains you may find them appearing on your inner labia within a few weeks/months. Many strains have no obvious symptoms and can lay dormant in your system for years/decades before a couple strains trigger the changes of cervical cancer. In the pre-vaccine era as many as 60-70% of women in their 20"s has blod evidence of HPV.You can ask for a blood test to see if you do.See 2 more doctor answers
How long before you get symptoms for HPV oral cancer. And if the woman that has it transmitt it by giving oral sex.
Hard to tell: Hopefully never but only time will tell. Choose your partners wisely, use protection.See 1 more doctor answer
If the woman was diagnosis with HPV cervical dsyplasia would it be in mouth also or just the cervix. Due to no symptoms in her mouth.
Does HPV cause genital discharge? If not, what are its symptoms then for female? How do I know that an infection is happening (CIN) other than Pap test
HPV is not: Directly associated with vaginal discharge, but is associated with chronic cervical inflammation, cervical cancer and Sexually Transmitted Infections/STI. May times HPV positive women have NO symptoms - which is why it is so important to get SCREENED in your 20's. The only way to diagnose an active INFECTION is with clinical exam and CULTURES. See your GYN provider.See 1 more doctor answer
Depends: The few strains that produce genital warts can be seen when active. These can be tiny bubble-like outgrowths that eventually look like small cauliflowers. Most strains produce no findings that would be obvious to a lay person, while they actively shed virus.Even when the wart strains clear, they can shed virus and pass it to their sexual contacts off and on for years.
Warts, cancer (rare): Oral HPV usually causes no symptoms at all. Rarely warts inside the mouth; more rarely, cancer of the throat. The vast majority of oral HPV causes neither problem and clears up on its own. But warts and maybe cancer are more common in people with immune deficiency, especially due to HIV (maybe on your mind, since you're in Uganda?). If you think you have oral warts, HIV testing is necessary.
Two issues: First, am not sure that your assumption that hpv clears more readily in men than women is necessarily correct, but assuming for the sake of argument that it is, it may be related to hormonal influences, and to the fact that detection in women may require invasive examination.
HPV in Women: 96% of americans are exposed to at least one of the hpv strains by the time they are 26. The bigger story in women is that this problem manifests first in their cervix. Oral hpv is real. But, there is no test or treatment yet. But, we can follow this in the pap smears. All humans, regardless of their age or gender or exposure history should have the hpv vaccination.See 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Men and women pass hpv back and forth. Typically for men it's not serious (they don't test for it in men). The more partners one has, the increased risk for cancers of the penis and the cervix (though penile cancer is very rare). The biggest threat from hpv is to the woman. Always use condoms and that will help prevent the transmission, not 100%, but significantly. Pap smears help detect hpv.
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