Ulcers caused by mouth cancer tend to appear on or under the tongue, but you can get them in other areas of your mouth. Although they are very sore and can cause discomfort, they usually clear up on their own within a week or so. Out of the identified types of HPV, around 40 of them affect the genital areas of men and women, and of these roughly 20 are associated with the development of cancer. There's growing evidence that an increasing proportion of cancer is caused by human papillomavirus HPV infection in the mouth - which is spread by oral sex. If you notice a swelling in your mouth which has been there for more than three weeks it is worth getting it checked out. Around one in four mouth cancers and one in three throat cancers are HPV-related, but in younger patients most throat cancers are now HPV-related. The general rule is that if something seems abnormal lasts more than 3 weeks, seek medical attention. So, if you are worried, make sure you consult your GP for medical advice. Typically, cancer of the mouth and throat occurs in those who have risk factors such as smoking, alcohol or a history of HPV.
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