Genital Warts & HPV Vaccine Services

There are more than 100 different strains of HPV. Out of this 100 strains, at least 12 are considered high risk of causing cancer. In fact, type 16 /18 already account for approximately 70% of cervical cancers. Aside from causing cancer of the cervix, HPV also increases the risk of cancer in the vulva, penis, anus and throat.

The other HPV strains that do not cause cancer are called the low-risk types. Some of these low-risk strains instead cause warts. Warts (especially at the genital area) are unsightly flesh-coloured or dark lumps on the skin that are often described as looking like a “cauliflower”.

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Genital Warts & HPV Vaccine FAQ

Not everyone who is infected with HPV will develop cancer or warts. In fact, the vast majority of people who get infected with HPV do not develop any symptoms at all. They then unknowingly transmit it to someone else. This is one of the major reasons HPV is so prevalent in the world.

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Medical Experts

Patients may discuss their medical issues freely with DTAP’s doctors. For added comfort, both male and female doctors are available.

Dr. Jonathan Ti

MB, BCh, BAO (Ireland), MRCP (UK), Cert. Men’s Health, Academy for Men’s Health (Singapore)

Dr. Grace Huang

MBBS (Singapore), MRCP (UK), Cert. Men’s Health, Academy for Men’s Health (Singapore)

Dr. Jonathan Chong

MBBS (Singapore), Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, National University of Singapore

Dr. Yeong Huiqing

Doctor of Medicine (M.D.), Duke-NUS Medical School

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