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Does Wearing Panties Not Made Of Cotton Cause Cervical Cancer Or Other Health Problems?

Postby slaton » Fri Apr 14, 2017 6:02 pm

Short answer, no. They can be made out of whatever material- cotton, silk, etc
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Does Wearing Panties Not Made Of Cotton Cause Cervical Cancer Or Other Health Problems?

Postby hanoch » Fri Apr 14, 2017 6:03 pm

You don't get cervical cancer from just sleeping with men. You can get it if you're a virgin too. And no it doesn't matter what kind of panties you wear. I actually think cotton is better because it helps you stay dry.
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Does Wearing Panties Not Made Of Cotton Cause Cervical Cancer Or Other Health Problems?

Postby Nicky » Fri Apr 14, 2017 6:08 pm

Uh, you need to look up some sh!t.

You get cervical cancer by sleeping with multiple men

Uh, its a low chance but by not wearing cotton pants, your area cannot breathe fully and that can lead to quite some problems... Dunno, not a doctor.
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Does Wearing Panties Not Made Of Cotton Cause Cervical Cancer Or Other Health Problems?

Postby addergoole » Fri Apr 14, 2017 6:12 pm

The cause of Cervical Cancer is HPV. There are about 150-200 different types of HPV. Over 40 types infect the genital tract. Genital HPVs include,

? Low-risk (LR) HPVs: causing genital warts or condylomas

? High-risk (HR) HPVs: associated with HG SILs and invasive cancers

Cervical Cancer is often asymptomatic during the early stage of the disease. That's why its important to get check and undergo to a PAP test. Common symptoms include vaginal bleeding, pain during sexual intercourse and vaginal discharge. In advanced stage, weight loss, pelvic/back/leg pain, swollen in single leg, heavy vaginal bleeding, bone fractures, and common metastases to nearby (bladder, rectum) and distant (liver, lung) organs

The lesion happened in your cervix and must have a lesion and infect the basal layer of the epithelium of your cervix. Infections with high risk types of papillomavirus (HR-HPV) and multiple sexual partners are the major risk factors for the development of cervical cancers.
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