Last Updated on June 4, 2020 by Shuvani Sanyal, MD
Educational info about HPV:
- An overview of human papillomavirus, symptoms, treatment options, and diagnostic tests available.
- A closer look at human papillomavirus (Genital Warts and Cervical Cancer) – causes, descriptive symptoms, treatment, and expectations.
- The annual report to the nation on the status of cancer shows most cancers have declined, but HPV cancer cases remain high despite the vaccine.
- Debunking a common misconception and myth: Why the idea that HPV is not an STD is so false, and why it’s not commonly presented as an STD clinically.
- A 28-year-old customer service rep and her husband share their story about how she contracted the human papillomavirus and how she subsequently found love despite the infection.
- This interview follows an earlier post and is written by the author’s husband in response to STI Interviews – People Who Love People with STDs
- The STI Project interviews the XOJane author of ‘The Year of Two STDs or Why My Vagina Has Been on Hiatus’ about contracting the human papillomavirus and living with HSV1.
- The STI Project interviews the author of the STD Interview: HPV & HSV1 – The Year of 2 STDs via podcast, and she shares her perspective on living w/an STD.
- Alyssa Mompoint, a blogger and content marketer for BeforeWeDo talks about contracting the human papillomavirus and BV, and how the experience has impacted her sexual health.
- A 36 year old stay-at-home mom talks about contracting chlamydia, HPV, and HSV2, and, by telling her story, she aims to remove some of the related stigma.
- A 25-year-old writes about fearing for her health and wishing she could go back with an HPV diagnosis and prior infections with chlamydia and trich
- A 23-year-old graduate student writes about her trip abroad, how she didn’t insist on using condoms, and contracting HPV and Chlamydia
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