Oh the things I’ve learned…
When I first got genital warts, yes I thought it was gross. Then I thought I was weird and just plain yuck! But I’ve learned so much since then.
Did you know that HPV genital warts is very likely the most common STD (sexually transmitted disease) that there is? If you read a Top STD Study and stop reading at the top, it’s easy to conclude that Chlamydia or Gonorrhea are the most common. But if you read closely, you’ll see that the problem with HPV is that it is a commonly accepted guess that 75% of sexually active adults have had HPV at some time in there life. There are studies that put HPV in people ranging from 25% to as high as 80%. That’s nearly everyone! The problem with this virus is it doesn’t show any symptoms in the majority of people that carry it, yet it is highly contagious. So please don’t feel like there is something weird going on here.
There is nothing wrong with you!
It is important to remember that proper treatment and the vaccinations to protect yourself and others are imperative for your health and the health of those you’re around. Let’s looks more at the facts of HPV and genital warts.
Facts on Genital Warts:
1. Where do they come from?
Genital Warts come from various strains of the HPV virus. The majority come from types 6 & 11, but there are lots of strains on this virus that cause problems ranging from various types of warts to different types of cancers, although cancer is far less likely to be in the picture. Getting checked out by a doctor is definitely a good idea to be sure. If there are warts showing, that means the virus is flared up and the spread is more contagious.
2. Many people get HPV and don’t know it.
Lots of times HPV is spread by people who don’t show any symptoms. So they don’t realize that they’re spreading anything. Reasons like this is why safe sex is so important. It’s too bad that these types of things can happen to good people and it used to really get to me. But then I realized how none of that mattered and how learning to live with it is the most important thing I could focus on. Once I realized that, it was very empowering.
3. There are modern medicines to help prevent symptoms
Along with reducing stress, which is important, there are some fantastic Genital Warts treatments that can help eradicate these symptoms and get to feeling like a million bucks again!
4. Will Genital Warts ever go away?
The good new is that after successful treatment with the warts gone, the symptoms stay away for most people. But there is always a chance that they could come back. Most estimates judge that 20% of cases where the skins clears up present re-occurring symptoms. Unfortunately there is no cure for HPV yet, so keeping a healthy body with a good standing immune symptom is an important factor in the healing process. Finding the right treatment option for you can be a tricky process.
The nice thing about Wartrol is the treatment arrives quietly at your doorstep within a few days and they provide the money back guarantee. So there is no risk with giving it a try. And you can get started with your treatment rather quickly, which is important to increase your chances for clearing up the skin.
I hope this article helps clear up some rumors about genital warts. A realistic plan on how to destroy genital warts and using effective treatment quickly is the best option with dealing with HPV. And there is no worries with taking care of yourself and making you feel well. The sooner you feel better about yourself, some of those stresses will be gone and it will be a refreshing cycle that feels great!
If you having any questions on this post, PLEASE don’t hesitate to comment below or contact me. I love your questions on anything to do with HPV or genital warts and I’m here to help. I hope you enjoy your summer and I hope to hear from you!
All the best,