The Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is the virus that causes the growth of warts on the skin. There are more than a 100 different types of HPV and all of them can cause the manifestation of diverse form of warts.
In most of the cases, when you get infected you will become aware of the infection only after some time. This is because at the beginning the body will not to show any visible symptom. Sometimes the virus can stay hidden for months or even for years before you’ll know that it is inside your body. When it is going to manifests, warts will develop on your skin in the point where the virus has entered in your body.
In the best-case scenario if you get infected with HPV, you will have to deal with the growth of flat warts. In the worst of the possible cases, you will have to deal with genital warts or oral warts. You have to be aware that, if not eradicated in time, the virus can lead to more dangerous diseases like cancer in places like the uterus, esophagus, anus, oral cavity or larynx.
Human Papillomavirus infection symptoms:
The Human Papillomavirus form as warts on the skin. At the beginning when the warts starts forming they can be mistaken for blackheads or pimples because of their look and of the itchiness of the area. Only when they are completely formed it will be possible to determine if you have been infected with HPV or not. In the case you get warts inside your mouth you will notice them as small withe growth and experience sore throat. Because of this sometimes are mistaken for throat patches. When the virus attacks the private parts it can cause the formation of genital warts which are going to produce itch and pain in the area.
Human Papillomavirus transmission:
The Human Papillomavirus is usually transmitted through physical contact with an infected person or touching and object or a surface previously infected. The most common places where the transmission is more likely are swimming pools, dressing rooms and showers (all places where you can get in contact with other people or others’ belongings). In the case of genital warts, unprotected sexual activities are the easiest way to get infected. Because of this I suggest using protections all the times.
When infected with genital warts it is recommended to avoid any kind of sexual activities (vaginal and anal penetration or oral sex). Also, it is very important to avoid contacts between genital parts. This is because, it is possible to get infected also without penetration. Also you should always keep in mind that there is the possibility to get genital warts even if neither of the partners are not showing any sign of infection. This is because the virus may have not manifested yet.
If You Want to Eradicate Permanently and the Human Papillomavirus
from Your Body and Remove Your Warts Without Pain and in a Short Time