HPV is painful to anyone who is told they have aquired the HPV virus..whether it be high or low-risk. When I was diagnosed my provider said "thank God its only warts" suck it up they'll go away. I wasnt provided any council or given any medication. I had never heard of HPV and automatically thought I had herpes. I later found out that HPV is not herpes and that our bodies have a chance of fighting this virus. I was never permiscuous and have been with 2 men my whole life. So I thought..damn this sucks, I have friends that have tons of sexual partners and I never heard one of them say anything about warts or hpv. I always used condoms and thought I was fully protected from STDS. But guys please listen to me..HPV is not the end of the world. If the CDC believes that 90% of hpv leaves in 2 years..im banking on it. Yes the warts are horrible to look at..and are a daily reminder of our disease but so what. We are lucky. We have to look at them but they more readily clear than high-risk hpv and I do THANK GOD as my doctor told me to do. Sex was never a huge portion of my life as I was molested as a small child and always felt icky about it. So people be happy that we got the small virus that can go away..and not the big H(which stands for HERPES) or the bigger H(which is HIV) Love what God has given you..even if it is a pesky but unlife threatening disease
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