HPV symptoms aren’t as significant as the serious health complications they may trigger.
Human Papillomavirus (HPV) belongs to a family of papillomaviruses which are sexually transmitted and responsible for the formation of genital warts in infected individuals.
The genital warts are generally treatable or may be controlled by the human immune system without treatment. However, HPV is known to cause cervical cancer.
Human Papillomavirus symptoms:
- genital warts
Reporting the outbreak of genital warts is important in order to monitor any further progression of growths on the cervix.
Prevention through use of a condom is typically effective in controlling the spread of the disease. However, the location of the infection may bypass the protective area provided by a condom.