According to the Centers for Disease Control, the human papillomavirus is spread through vaginal, anal or oral sex with an infected person - whether or not that person exhibits signs or symptoms of HPV at the time of con... More »

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Men can get HPV, or human papillomavirus as it affects both men and women, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Men who are infected with the virus may never experience symptoms, but they may be at risk for deve... More »

No cure is available for the virus that causes human papillomavirus infection, according to Cleveland Clinic. There are ways to treat problems such as genital warts and abnormal cervical cells that are caused by the viru... More »

Genital warts are a common symptom of HPV, or the human papillomavirus, but most people do not know they are infected because they never develop any symptoms or health issues, according to the Centers for Disease Control... More »

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, HPV, also referred to as the human papillomavirus, is spread through sexual intercourse or oral sex with an infected individual. The most common routes of tran... More »

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention state that there is no cure for the human papillomavirus, or HPV, although there are treatments for the complications it may cause. According to HealthlineNews, a pre-clinic... More »

HPV, or human papillomavirus, is an STD that normally affects the genital region, but can also infect the throat and mouth, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. When it infects the throat or ... More »