A Sex Warning for Retirees
There are more than 40 types of the human papillomavirus virus (HPV) that are spread via sexual contact. They can infect the cervix, vulva, vagina, anus and penis, as well as some areas of the mouth and throat.
HPV normally disappears from the body of a person with a healthy immune system within one to three days. However, there are at least 15 high-risk strains of HPV that the medical community has discovered can transform into certain types of cancer.
As a consequence, doctors are now urging men and women to protect themselves from a sexual activity that can trigger the growth of HPV-related cancers. This alert is especially concerning for sexually active retirees.
If you are sexually active and over the age of 60, you need to watch this video, or share this warning with someone who needs the information.
Watch the Video Here and learn how to make love without having to worry about giving yourself cancer.