|You are at risk if…||Early sexual experience
Association of sex and alcohol
Partners having multiple partners
Hispanic and Black race
(50-70% of sexually active adults are HPV(+)25% of Americans 12+ has HPV)
|Spread:||Direct skin-to-infected skin contact. Can be spread through oral, anal and vaginal sex, mutual masturbation|
|Signs:||Sometimes no symptoms
Small, flat flesh-colored or cauliflower looking bumps (warts).
|Your future risks:||-Reoccurrence/persistent warts
-Leading cause of cervical cancer
-Labor and Delivery complications
|Now What?!||See your health care provider and get tested. You should get checked after each new sexual partner. Talk to your partner of past sexual history and exposure.|
|Prevention:||Avoid sexual activity if you are single. Be faithful to one uninfected partner for the rest of your life.|
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