When Things Get Funky
If you’re single, social distancing is probably affecting your sex life adversely.
But the opposite may hold true for couples. The Spring lockdown is proving to be an opportunity to have more sex than their normally busy routines usually allow.
Just bear in mind that more sex can increase your likelihood of being diagnosed with cancer.
The human papillomavirus (HPV) is the problem. HPV generally takes several months to work it’s way through a person’s body, but in 10 to 20 percent of cases HPV can fester for years before mutating into cancer.
That’s why the medical community is warning men and women to protect themselves from sexual ACTS that can trigger an HPV-related cancer.
Watch the Video Here and learn how to celebrate what goes on behind closed doors this Spring without the risk of cancer threatening your intimacy.
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