Before you get your undies in a wad, we know that everyone hasn’t had an STD, but because the vast majority of all sexually active people have, we feel like it might as well be everyone.
That’s what we’re talking about today – why the majority of all sexually active people will have HPV at some point in their lives. And since that’s only one of 30+ STIs or STDs, it’s highly likely that most everyone you know will have an STD. So, you’re not alone with your STI, if you have one now or if you have a long-term infection. It’s just that no one talks about it, so you feel alone.
What to Expect When You’re Expecting…a Podcast
In an effort to cater to short attention-spans (mainly, my own), we keep these podcasts between 5 and 15 minutes in length. When we have guests on the show, sometimes, they’re a little bit longer, but we know you’re busy. Consequently, we promise to always do our very best to be as concise as possible.
Today’s podcast runs just under 12 minutes in length, and we’re talking about HPV statistics and the likelihood that everyone you know currently has or has had an STD at some point in their lives.
LISTEN in a new window > Everyone Has HPV
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TUNEIN > TuneIn
Next time, I’ll be answering some reader submitted questions. Stay tuned!
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