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Whats the difference bewtween herpes and hvp?


good question :) HPV and herpes are completely different virues with no relationship to one another. They are both very complex viruses so I will not be able to explain everything but i will try my best.

HPV: HPV is a virus that causes warts and abnormal cell changes that can develop into cancers of the genitals of not treated. There are hundreds of strands of HPV. Most of them cause warts on our hands and feet but about 30 strands causes cell changes and warts on our genitals. genital HPV is concidered sexual transmitted. It has no cure but it can be treated. Because genital HPV can cause cervical, penile, and anal cancers it is important for an infected person to go to the doctors for exams on a regular basis.

Herpes or HSV is also a very very conplex virus. like HPV is also has no cure. There are 8 different strands of the herpes virus. One strand causes chicken pox, another cold sores on our lips, another a weird skin rash, and another genital sores. The strand of the viruss that causes genital sores is concidered sexually transmitted. It is also a skin cell virus and just like HPV it can be spread even with the use of a condom. Herpes is not life threatening. Instead of causing warts (like HPV) it causes painful sores on the genitals as well as burning.

I hope that helps!




There two completly different diseases that do completly different thigs to you.

HPV has over a hundred strains that only four cause warts and only four cause cervical cancer the rest usually go unoticed.
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Herpes has two major strains that you should be worried about. HSV-1 and HSV-2. 1 causes oral sores on your mouth and 2 causes genital herpes, although they can be vise versa.
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