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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 1. Youth ages 15 to 24 are most at risk of getting the HPV virus 2. 8 out of 10 Canadians will get HPV in their lifetime3. You deserve to have the knowledge and tools toprotect yourself against HPV! What Heck the Different Risk Types No Symtoms There are more than 100 different types of HPV. Low risk HPV types usually clear up on their own.Most people will have a type of low risk HPV at some point in their lives. Plantar and Skin Warts How can you prevent HPVor decrease your riskof HPV related Cancer? 1. 2. What does it look like? Pap Tests Low These help doctors detect abnormal cells before they turn into cancer. Pap tests should be done once you are sexually active or by the time you are 21. It is 99% effective at preventing the HPV types responsible for most genital warts, cervical cancers, and a proportion of cancers of the anus,vagina and vulva. Vaccination Skin-to-SkinProtection High There are over 40 types of HPV that are transmitted sexually through skin to skin contact. Of these 40+ types only 15 types are high risk., HPV is one of the most common STIs out there. It is transmitted through skin-to-skin contact, which means sexual activities not involving penetration still put people at risk. There are somany types of HPV that almost everyone will have the virus at some point in their life. Sometypes have no symptoms and others appear on the skin, genitals, or around the cervix. Sometypes cause cancer and other types do not, which is why people want to protect themselvesagainst the virus through vaccinations or using barrier methods of contraception like condoms! HPV? is Warts (red or white) on the penis or vagina Lesions (damaged tissue) in cervix, vagina, anus, and other genital areas Why Should You Care About HPV? When engaging in sexual activities use barrier methods like condoms, dental dams, or gloves to protect from skin-to skin direct contact.Do not touch other people's warts without protection.
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