HPV at a glance – diagnosis & treatment
HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) is the second most common STI here in the UK after Chlamydia. It doesn’t get quite the publicity of other STIs because it is mostly self-limiting. A healthy immune system clears the infection within 2 years and in most instances it is totally symptomless.
However, the fact of the matter is that HPV causes genital warts in women and men, as well as being linked to cervical cancer and less frequently anal and penile cancer.
To find out more about this infection, its causes, its diagnosis, its treatments and more, click on any of the following links:
- What is HPV?
- How is HPV spread?
- What are the symptoms of HPV?
- Testing, diagnosing and treating HPV
- HPV and cervical cancer
- Can men get HPV?
- HPV & genital warts
- HPV vaccination
Everything you need or need to know about HPV from Broadgate Clinic London Wall
The walk-in well-man, well-women health services, and the walkin sexual health screening services we operate here at Broadgate Clinic London Wall offer everything you need and need to know about HPV. If you live and/or work here in London, Broadgate’s private GP clinic offers a fast, (no appointment necessary), and discrete service.