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100% reasonable. I would strongly recommend anyone who's ever been and currently is sexually active, to do their research on it. That way you know there is a vaccination and when it's recommended to take.
Is it really so absurd? Of course it is serious, that's why the responsible step would be to be upfront about it.Do your research though. HPV is extremely common to anyone who's been sexually active. If you've had more than 1 partner you're at risk. If you've had 1 partner who's been with multiple partners, you're at risk. And assuming the women you've been with have tested and have shown you they do not have it.(HPV can be detected anywhere from weeks to years after) Men can not even test for it, but do carry and spread it.
HPV is something all men need to be more aware of. It's something you (as a man) can't get tested for. So unless you're waiting to be physically intimate with a woman and making sure she is tested for it and doesn't have it, you could have it or have had it without realizing it. Any who's had sex with more than 1 partner is always at risk. Anyone who's had sex with 1 partner who's had more than 1 partner is at risk.
You should learn about it if you're sexually active. Men can't get tested for it but they can carry it and spread the infection to others. Anyone who's had sex can get it very easily.
Thanks for the info. It is appreciated!!
Strongly recommend learning about it if you are sexually active or plan on ever being.
Oh, I get it now. Anyways, no I wouldn’t