If not treated, these lesions can become cancerous.
That's why it's important for women to have regular Pap tests, which can detect precancerous changes in the cervix that might lead to cancer.
Early stages of cervical cancer typically cause no signs or symptoms.
Over time, repeated infection of certain HPV strains can lead to precancerous lesions.
Experts cautioned that the study is preliminary and offers a "proof of concept." Still, they said, the results are important because pritelivir is the first in a new class of drugs that works differently than existing medications for genital herpes.
So, get re-tested after 6 months of receiving a negative result to ensure a false-negative did not occur if your partner tested positive for an STD, you believe you received a false-negative, you are experiencing symptoms, or you were newly exposed.
I can't imaging not working out on a daily or almost daily basis. I'm a 19 years old male and a girl gave me head for the first time, and that was about two years ago.
I was at work and this lady came on to me and started touching me even though I was under aged.
In a small study, researchers found that the drug -- called pritelivir -- substantially curbed "viral shedding" in people with genital herpes.
That means it decreased the amount of time the virus was active and potentially transmissible to patients' sexual partners. 16 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine, are based on 156 patients followed for just four weeks.