How Long Do HPV Breakouts Last?


HPV, or human papilloma virus, is a group of viruses that causes warts. Of the 100 strains of viruses, 40 are sexually transmitted and cause genital warts. When an infection occurs, it will often leave on its own, but it can last one to two years.
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