Why should all women start receiving pap smears in their early twenties? The reason is the Human Papilloma Virus. It is estimated that eighty percent of all women have at least one of the thirty strains of this virus. Being a virus, papilloma is very hard to eradicate from your body.
Fortunately, your body is a very good machine for controlling viruses, but it needs the vitamins and minerals for fuel. The healthier the choices you make the better your body can rid itself of these foreign life forces that invade it. Make no mistake your body is at war, and what you feed your system well make it respond faster.
Arbor Vitae, Potassium, Black Sulphide, Wild yellow indigo, and Nitric Acid are the natural compounds that rev up your bodies’ ability to fight viruses, especially viruses like papilloma. In addition, a good multi vitamin helps prevent the rest of your body from getting to run down as your immune system learns to fight the virus.
Why should women in their teens and twenties get a pap smear? Though the cases are somewhat rare the papilloma virus can cause cancer of the cervix, vulva and of sexual organs. Most women with cervical cancer were exposed to the papilloma virus in their teens and twenties. This is the resin it is highly recommended that beginning in your early twenties that women receive a pap smear every two to three years.
There are 30 types if this virus only four causes most disease’s, type 6 and 11 cause 90% of all genital warts, type 16 and 18 cause 80% of all cervical cancers but that’s not to say that the other 26 should be ignored.
What does the doctor say? Take care not to damage, scratch, or pick at these warts. Inform your partner, use a condom, and practice safe sex. Wash your hands thoroughly with hot water and soap. Avoid touching them because they are so contagious you could spread them with your hand to other areas of your body. Remember safe sex is not just the wearing of protective devices but is also the trust you have in one another and to be candid about any STD one of you might have.
The faster you act and the healthier the choices you make can and will make a big difference in how any STD like genital warts will affect your life and your partners as well. By taking action fast you very well may be able to make what are now a few small bumps go away forever. Though if you procrastinate, they could become a life threatening diseases.
You and your partner’s lives will be back to normal in time, but it is a good lesson in healthy life choices. This is not the end of the world. Take action now! Your health and your partner’s health is at risk, not to mention the health of others you may come into contact with.