HPV AND DATING GUIDE
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Fact: A recent estimate suggests that 80% of women will have acquired
So... You Have HPV, a highly contagious Sexually Transmitted Disease known to cause such undesirable things as
Genital Warts and which can lead to Cervical Cancer, most shocking of all There Is no HPV
(Yikes..insert awkward pause in dinner conversation) How easy do you think its going to be to find someone
who'll understand and accept you now that you're "damaged goods"? Well both you and I know that you are not any
less of who you are before you found out about HPV but trust me... I know from experience it will be tough, talking
a potential date about your condition.Let's face it. You WILL be rejected, probably more often than not - but you
must stand strong.
There is hope in finding someone who will love you for you. Very little is known about HPV by the general
public, in fact recent studies suggest up to 80% of sexually active people get HPV (thousands of whom visit this
site everyday to find each other). Most just aren't aware because they are asymptotic and continue about their
lives without ever even thinking they could be spreading a potentially deadly virus. Clinically Tested Formula providing results people are calling miraculous!
Well lucky them - You However Now Need to be More Careful Than Ever. Research and knowledge is your best
resource when dealing with the complex emotions of dating with HPV. We're here to give you the facts and some
advice you can use as you get out and get your dating life back on track!
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HPV Diagnosis - ME?!
Diagnosis with HPV dating usually hits people like a ton of bricks. When your doctor or practitioner first
uttered those 3 letters you probably thought to yourself, or exclaimed "what?!" Many emotions raced through your
mind. How did this happen? Who gave this to me? Will I ever be able to date again? Will I ever be able to have SEX
again? These feelings are totally normal. As time progresses things will get easier.
How Did This Happen?
Most people think sexually transmitted diseases will 'happen to someone else' or that using a condom is 100%
foolproof in protecting against STD's. The most important thing to realize is that ANYONE who is sexually active
has an extremely high likelihood that they will come into contact HPV. According to Rutgers University Health
Services: "Over a typical college career approximately 60% of sexually active women will become infected...The HPV
dating virus is so common that it can almost be considered normal to have it."
Further, the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals states: "Genital HPV is very common. Many
estimates have placed the lifetime likelihood of getting genital HPV to be in the range of 75-90%." The American
Journal of Medicine adds: "...nearly three in four Americans between the ages of 15 and 49 have been infected with
genital HPV at some point in their life. " Think about that for a second. 3 out of 4! It is almost impossible to be
sexually active with more than one partner your entire life and avoid HPV. While most do not know they have the
virus because it does not cause any visible symptoms, they are still able to transmit the virus to others. While
this does sound alarming it is comforting to know that most people are exposed to HPV dating and for most it
does not cause any harm. Informing your current or future dating partner armed with these statistics makes it a
whole lot easier to swallow.
Where Can I find other people with HPV dating to date?
We understand at times it is difficult especially in the beginning stages of learning about HPV or if you have been
rejected in the past. That is why we have affiliated with PositiveSingles.com to create PositiveCupid.com! Find
others in your area today that have HPV and share your outlook on dating. It is free to join and you can start
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