HPV can be quite uncomfortable for uninfected people and this is why dating can be a challenge for HPV positive singles. Explaining what HPV is and how you contracted the virus to a potential partner can be a daunting task. Because HPV can be transmitted through skin-to-skin contact, dating can be difficult for people who live with HPV. Individuals who do not have the virus tend to avoid those who are infected and because it is important to disclose your status, rejections are common. If you have HPV, do not give up on love. You can still date and enjoy being in a relationship.
Dating is a difficult process even for people who are not infected, but HPV conditions can make it even more difficult. Fortunately, there is Meetpositive.com—an STD dating site that provides a platform for HPV dating. Sign up to become a member and you will not have to worry about rejections or having ‘the talk’. Meet Positives will connect you with people who also have HPV and they will help you become more confident, comfortable with being yourself.
If you are infected with HPV, you will find Meet Positives useful in a number of ways. You will have access to a community where you can discuss the infection in the forums. You will also be able to learn about ways improve your life while living with HPV. Sharing your experience and the information you have will also help other members. Meetpositive.com has thousands of HPV singles that are looking for someone like you.
Human papillomavirus most commonly abbreviated, as HPV is a DNA virus that affects humans. This virus can be transmitted through skin-to-skin contact and sexual intercourse. Most of the HPV infections are asymptomatic and will not show any signs or symptoms. However, in some people, the infection can become clinical and will display signs and symptoms. This virus typically causes genital warts but in extreme cases, it can cause cancer in the penis, anus, vagina, vulva, and cervix. The good news is that there are new vaccines that have been developed to help prevent HPV infections.
Approximately 70% of HPV infections that are clinical in young people may regress to a subclinical state in a year and 90% in two years. This means that the infection is not life-threatening in most cases. Viruses that lead to cancer are the most dangerous. Early detection and treatment methods can eliminate the chance of cancer developing and ensure that the infection is controlled. With proper treatment, a person can live with HPV without having to deal with any uncomfortable symptoms. With this, you can live a normal life, engage in relationships, and enjoy love and dating.Join Meet Positives today and meet other interesting HPV singles.