Hpv is super extremely high risk, so the vaccine is a great idea, but if you don't, is not the end of the world if you are dude, couple of visit to an urologist to be exact 2 were the freeze the warts, and you are good to go... I have hpv
This is also incorrect.
Yes it spreads easily.
But HPV 16 and 18 (the ones that give you cancer) do NOT give you warts, so you are basically talking about something totally different (mostly HPV 6 and 11). Also why would you go to an urologist for throat related issues? To be clear, HPV (16 and 18 that is, not those that give warts) can give cervical cancer for women and throat/neck cancer for men. Penile cancer is a possibility but extremely rare. So I do not understand what an urologist has to do with this.
HPV 16 and 18 usually do not give symptoms until it is potentially too late and you have signs of cancer.
Now, the vaccine does protect against HPV 16 and 18 but also the strains that give warts. I see the latter as a BONUS (to not get warts) but not the primary reason for taking it. I don't really care about getting HPV warts although they can be annoying.
Thanks for derailing my thread. Sometimes your inner troll just takes over. It is a periodical thing. It seems you are in one of those periods again...