HPV and Genital Warts: Facts for Men and Women

  • HPV infection is:

    A virus or germ called HPV or human papilloma virus

    The cause of genital warts

    Commonly found in both males and females

    Passed from one person to another during sexual contact

    All of the above

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  • HPV can lead to the following cancers:

    Cervix

    Vulva

    Vagina

    Anus

    Penis

    All of the above

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  • Signs of HPV include:

    Genital warts

    Warts on the thigh, groin, or in the mouth

    Cauliflower-like bumps

    No signs or symptoms

    All of the above

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  • Using latex condoms correctly completely prevents you from catching or spreading HPV:

    True

    False

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  • HPV vaccines can protect you from getting some forms of cancer.

    True

    False

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  • HPV vaccines are only available for girls and women.

    True

    False

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  • If you do not have genital warts, there is no way to diagnose HPV infection.

    True

    False

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  • Doctors can get rid of HPV warts in the following ways:

    Warts may go away on their own

    Medicine placed on the warts

    Laser treatment

    Burning

    Freezing

    All of the above

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  • HPV can't be spread unless you have visible warts.

    True

    False

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  • An HPV action plan should include:

    Seeing a doctor if you develop any symptoms or genital warts

    Using medication to suppress the virus

    Getting vaccinated for HPV if you’re 9 to 26 years old

    Having regular checkups for STDs even if you have no symptoms

    Notify any recent sexual partners if you are diagnosed with an HPV

    All of the above

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