Can HPV Be Re-infected After The Vaccination?
A few years ago, I had been infected with HPV, and was treated with a doctor, with a chemical smeared so that the warts fell out, after a while the check was clean, and a vaccination was recommended. After the vaccination, can it be re-infected ?? Because after 4 years, like there are other symptoms, what should I do ??
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HPV virus is a virus that is usually associated with infection can be an infection of the genital area known as condyloma akuminata which is genital but it can also be on other skin areas such as the hands or feet where the warts appear clustered like cauliflower called verruca vulgaris. In the long run it can cause and trigger cervical cancerous lesions.
So it is important to do prevention of infection and if an infection has occurred it is prevented from recurring infections which can also be caused by other virus strains because in general there are about 40 types of strains of the HPV virus.
When vaccines are given effectively when they have never had sexual relations with an effectiveness rate of almost 95% and when it is then the effectiveness will decrease but still have the protective power.
Some things that should also be done to prevent infection continue
Avoid sexual intercourse first, especially if the partner is also infected
Use a condom when having sex
Avoid multipartner sex
If the couple also suffers it should also be taken to the doctor for treatment
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