It’s never fun to test positive for an STI, but HPV is very common 80 to 90% of the people get HPV and it often goes away on its own. However, some types of HPV can lead to cervical cancer if untreated, so we advise you to test yourself regularly and be aware of its symptoms. It’s best to speak to your doctor about a HPV infection, they will be able to assist you and prescribe the right medication for you. We also recommend taking the test regularly and have created a reminder service so you can stay in charge of your health.
You’ve tested positive for HPV, but you have options
Last update: 03-12-2021