STD FAQ

What is the causative microorganism of HPV?

Causative Microorganisms


HPV is a condition that is often confused with Herpes – a situation that is caused by HSV Types I and II. HPV is caused by the virus where the disease got its name – human papillomavirus. It is a condition that mainly causes the manifestation of warts, and it is also infamous for its tendency to develop cancers in the genital region.


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