There are about 70 different types of HPV infections found yet. Some of them show different symptoms after getting infected, including cervical cancer in women and genital warts or skin warts in men and women. Mostly it is spread from one person to another through sexual contact. Cervical cancer can be treated good medically. But till date, there are no methods found to remove HPVs completely from body. HPVs can remain dormant in body, according to the efficiency of immune system of body. So, you are also at a high risk that you might also have contracted with the virus. Moreover, you can get it confirmed by performing a pap smear test as prescribed by your doctor. If you haven’t got any warts yet, it doesn’t mean that you are protected. If test results show negative, you can go for HPV vaccination. It is a 3 shot dose taken once in 6 months. On completion of vaccine you will be absolutely safe against HPV. Take care.