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By Lisa Fayed, About.com Guide

Updated August 07, 2011

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When a person is diagnosed with HPV, one of the first questions asked is
how the virus can be treated. Unfortunately, there is no universal HPV
treatment. The virus affects people in different ways, based on which
strain they are infected with. Some women and men may find themselves with
genital warts, but some women may undergo abnormal cervical changes, called
cervical dysplasia, because of HPV. While genital warts pose no immediate
health risk, women who suffer from cervical dysplasia are at a higher risk
of developing cervical cancer, especially when left untreated or

For most cases of HPV, there is no recommended treatment unless genital
warts are present or abnormal cervical changes have been detected by a Pap
smear. Genital warts and abnormal cervical changes are symptoms of HPV, but
it is important to know that HPV can be asymptomatic (no symptoms). Just
because someone doesn't have symptoms, doesn't mean they aren't infected.

-Treatment for Genital Warts-

Though unsightly, genital warts do not cause any major health problems and
are not related to HPV strains associated with cancer. You are not at risk
of developing cervical cancer or any other HPV-related cancer if you have
genital warts. However, you can be infected with more than one strain of
HPV at a time, hence

Source: cancer.about.com/od/hpv/a/hpvtreatment.htm

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