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Hpv is associated with a number of cancers in both women and men, including anal cancer. Anal cancer risk is associated with the practice of unprotected anal sex. Thats in large part because of the potential for hpv infection during anal sex. Hpv can be transmitted through a number of sex acts, which means that any body part involved in sexual intercourse is at risk including the cervix, vagina, vulva, penis and throat. But because hpv spreads through skin-to-skin contact during vaginal, oral, or anal sex with someone who has the infectioneven if they dont have any symptomsits hard to fully protect. A specific hpv test can also be done both for men and women to determine the presence of the virus. Because it is quite hard for men to be diagnosed with hpv, some doctors are pushing for anal pap test especially for men who engage in anal sex. People who engage in anal sex are at a higher risk of developing anal cancer because they are at a higher risk of skin-to-skin contact in the anal region and contracting an anal hpv infection. Because hpv is a skin virus that is transmitted very easily, anal intimacy is not necessary to contract anal hpv or to develop anal cancer. you can get hpv by having vaginal, anal, or oral sex with someone who has the virus. Hpv can be passed even when an infected person has no signs or symptoms. Anyone who is sexually active can get hpv, even if you have had sex with only one person. any person who is sexually active can contract hpv, even if they had sex with only one person. Hpv typically does not cause any health problems and goes away on its own. A person can develop symptoms years after they have had sex with someone who is infected.