WARNING: New Disease More Deadly to Women Than AIDS! Not Even Condoms Can Protect You!

Nowadays, the HPV– Human Papilloma Virus is widely spread and affects both genders, male and female. Commonly is transmitted sexually (ETS), and due to this infection penis, cervical, mouth and rectum cancer can appear.

In order to protect yourself from this harmful virus, you need to be well informed about the infection itself, understand the signs, finding out how to avoid it, and have the knowledge how to act in case you already have it.

HPV is a group of viruses that can impact the human skin. The National Cervical Cancer Coalition of the United States classifies that there are more than 100 different types of this infection. Some types of HPV can cause warts on the hands and feet, but many other types of HPV are safe and do not show any signs, disappearing on their own.

Approximately forty types of HPV are genital HPV affecting the genital location. At some point in life, 80 % of all women and men will be affected with at least one type of genital HPV thus leading to cervical pre-cancer and cancer, or simply affected by less harmful type which will cause genital warts and generally benign modifications in the cervix.

Aside the sexual intercourse HPV can be also spread through direct skin-to-skin contact. However, it is a fact that HPV can be contracted even without a sexual activity. People infected with this virus may not manifest any signs or symptoms, and without even knowing it they can transfer it to other people. According to medical experts many people may get infected in their very first few years of becoming sexually active and a person could be contaminated with more than one type of HPV.


In order to stay healthy and keep your health safe you need to know the following 10 things:

  1. The spreading of HPV can be through direct skin-to-skin contact and through any kind of genital contact thus resulting in genital HPV.
  1. HPV infection may not manifest any signs or symptoms; therefore it can be transmitted without even realizing it. Every human body is responsible in the battle against infections with its own body immunity.
  1. Women who are contaminated with HPV (high danger), have high chances of developing cervical cancer in the next 10-20 years. Therefore, every woman no matter if it is sexual active or not, ought to visit her gynecologist on regular basis.
  1. The National Cervical Cancer Coalition recommends that any lady older than 30 should perform the Pap smear test so that it can detect the existence of any irregular cells in the cervix that may trigger cervical cancer.
  1. It is of vital importance to realize the fact that the body of a lady over 30 cannot treat HPV naturally, and because of that it is of great essence to pay a visit to the gynecologist.
  1. National Library of Medicine of the U. S. maintains that the cervical cancer is 100% preventable if it is discovered in the early stage.
  1. Many kinds of HPV will not harm your health, but its high threat can change the cell structure of the cervix and eventually becoming a cervical cancer. Likewise, women who do not clear certain low-risk types of the infection may establish benign changes in the cervix.
  1. The use of condoms can protect you from this infection at some point. The use of male condoms help in lowering the threat of contact, on the other hand female condoms cover more than the male condoms. No matter if you use condoms or not the chances of getting this infection still exist.
  1. Around 30% of oral carcinomas are related to HPV.
  1. HPV type 16 is associated to some kinds of head and neck cancer.