is normally between 3- 4 months
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Sub-clinical infection that is harboring the bacteria without clinically manifested lesion is more prevalent in woman as they may be present in cervix
. They tend to be more asymptomatic and usually harbor the strains of HPV
which are likely to cause cervical cancer
apart from those strains of HPV which cause warts
The Incubation period ( the time interval between exposure to virus and development of warts) of HPV is usually between 3-4 months, but sometimes it may be as long as 2 years. That implies warts can develop even 2 years after one is exposed to it.
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