Tuesday, July 23

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Condom Use and Genital Warts

Genital warts are the result of a viral skin infection caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV). HPV is the most common sexually transmitted disease, infecting about 80 percent of young women within five years of becoming sexually active. They are usually painless and do not pose a serious threat to health. However, they can appear unsightly and cause psychological disorders. The use of condoms (male or female) every time the vaginal or anal sex is the most effective way to prevent genital warts, not celibacy (no sex) Men who used condoms were much less likely to have HPV detected. 37.9% of those who said they always used condoms tested positive for the virus, as compared to 53.9% of those who never used condoms. However, the protection is not 100%. Genital warts are the resul...