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What are the signs and symptoms of genital HPV infection?
Most people who have a genital HPV infection do not know they are infected. The virus lives in the skin or mucous membranes and usually doesn't cause any symptoms. Some people get visible genital warts, or have pre-cancerous changes in the cervix, vulva, anus, or penis. Very rarely, HPV infection results in anal or genital cancers.

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1. What are the signs and symptoms of genital HPV infection?
2. What do genital warts look like?
3. How are genital warts diagnosed?
4. How do I know if I have genital HPV infection?
5. Is there a cure for HPV?
6. What is the connection between HPV and cervical cancer?
7. How can people reduce their risk of HPV infection?
8. Where can I find more information on HPV?

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