It stands for Human Papilloma Virus. There are more than 100 different HPV known to this date and there might be more to be discovered in future. 40 of which could infect the genital of Men and women. Infection and reinfection with HPV is common in sexually active individual.

Most people don’t even know if they are infected with HPV or not and that could be the reason that prevalence of HPV infection is high in the world.

If all HPV infection were symptomatic then patient would seek medical attention and by treatment then decrease the chance of the transmission.

As many HPV has been recognized to this date. Each of them has location preference means they have specific affinity to certain part of the body and it is considered a sexually transmitted disease (STD).

It is responsible for genital and anal warts. There is no FDA approved HPV test for males to this date.

After the eradication of warts there is no way to determine if a patient is HPV free nor is there a way to guarantee the removal of the virus. In other words, an experienced clinician may destroy and treat specific genital warts in one or more attempts but he or she cannot assure that the patient will not get new warts someplace else.

The behavior of this virus depends on many variables such as the strength of a patient's immune system, whether or not the patient is a smoker, or the level of aggression of his or her HPV.

We will address all these issues on your visit.





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