HPV, genital warts, and the vaccines – www.sexualityandu.ca

May 6, 2009 by admin 

Sheryl has a nasty case of Genital Warts, caused by HPV, the most common sexually transmitted viral infection in the world. Learn more facts about this virus, and how you can protect yourself at www.hpvinfo.ca Get the real facts on sexual health at www.sexualityandu.ca


10 Responses to “HPV, genital warts, and the vaccines – www.sexualityandu.ca”

  1. cherryherp on January 21st, 2008 2:36 am

    useful info, more and more people have hpv and join this dating place stdloves dot com

  2. Anfmethodjor on March 19th, 2008 9:50 am

    If there’s one thing that pisses me off is negligence. A lot of people don’t notice visible symptoms, or just live in denial, and others who catch those viruses don’t often like to hunt the infecter [sic] because they don’t want to blame others. I say it’s fifty, but at the end of the day, people need to be less promiscuous.

  3. eyelash02 on September 15th, 2008 6:56 pm

    wait a minute.

    she just said that she uses condoms all the time now….
    - right after she just said that even if you USE condom you can STILL GET IT!!

    so that doesn’t make any sense to me….

    so basically – you’re screwed, if you screw….

  4. peach2girl on October 6th, 2008 10:28 pm

    my friend is a virgin and has never done anything
    and she has warts in her pelvic area not by her viaginaia

  5. MoronFreeZone on October 25th, 2008 3:17 pm

    The risk of sexually transmitted HPV is further spread by ignorance. Sexually active teens tend not to realize that any type of contact with another persons genitals can transmit HPV, and that most STDs can be spread without sexual intercourse. Lack of access to appropriate care and counseling should a teen become sexually active usually leads to teens being misinformed about the risk of sexual contact of any kind.

  6. urbanARTkid on October 28th, 2008 7:18 am

    skin to skin contact? are you fucking serious?!

  7. lillily174 on December 14th, 2008 10:32 pm

    i love this girl

  8. arabiyya on December 22nd, 2008 10:55 am

    i think that’s a way of saying , the remaining of the penis that’s not covered with the condom(towards the pubic area)

  9. DemmiXxX on February 10th, 2009 8:07 pm

    Right let me cut this short,
    If u have genital warts, u can pass it on if u have sex. The virus can be destroyed if your immune system finds the strength to kill it. This can take up to five years. If you have the virus but u have no warts, you can still pass it on You cant be 100% protected for difefrent reasons. Dont stress, dnt smoke, dnt drink alcohol and GET TREATMENT. trust me life will feel normal again once warts arent visible, youl feel VERY RELEIVED. Gud luck 2 every1 in this case

  10. siryu on February 25th, 2009 12:16 am

    I know that condoms aren’t entirely effective and that instead of hooking up with a guy and then doing it would best be better if both went to get tested for STI’s and AIDs. That way if the results come back negative at least you know you don’t have to worry unless of course he isn’t faithful. So, in general I think it depends on the promiscuous level. Unsafe( without precautions) sex is horrible.

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