Should you be screened for penile, anal or oropharyngeal HPV? If you have a partner with HPV or cervical dysplasia, are planning to have unprotected sex, are entering a new relationship, have anal sex, have sex with multiple partners, or have never been tested and are in a monogamous relationship, you should consider getting screened for HPV. Call SFNM to schedule your appointment with Dr. Claire Graser.Read More
HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) is a human virus that can cause warts, genital warts and precancerous changes of the cervix, penis or anus. High-risk types are more associated with precancerous changes, and low-risk types are more associated with warts.
My medical opinion is that we are doing a disservice to men and the people they have sex with by failing to test routinely for penile HPV.Read More