Background: The human papillomavirus (HPV) is one of the most widespread viruses on the planet. A previous study found that HPV prevalence has an age-related relationship. Multiple HPV infections have a bad outcome. HPV infection is linked to uterine cervical cancer, bacterial vaginitis, cervicitis, fungal vaginitis, and pelvic inflammation, among other gynecological conditions. Furthermore, HPV infection during pregnancy has a negative impact on the health of both the mother and the fetus. In Chinese women, the prevalence of HPV and the link between HPV infection and various diseases are still unknown.
Methods: A Genotyping Test Kit was used to determine individual HPV genotypes (Life River Co., Shanghai, China). The prevalence of HPV types and ages was collected and analyzed by using SPSS 22.0 software.
Results: The HPV infection positive rate was 20.3% overall, including HPV single genotype (74.3%), HPV double genotype (18.4%), and HPV triple infections (7.4%). The top fifth prevalent HPV genotypes were HPV52 (25.5% of the positive individuals), HPV16 (19.7%), HPV58 (21.7%), HPV51 (11.4%) and HPV39 (9.6%). The <20-year old group represented highest HPV infection rate, and HPV infection rates rise with age, especially multiple HPV infection rates. There were significant differences for fungal vaginitis (P=0.010; χ2=6.61) and cervical lesions (P=0.000; χ2=1069.60) with the health check group. The prevalence of HPV infection is significant popular among fungal vaginitis (P=0.010; χ2=6.61) and cervical lesions (P=0.000; χ2=1069.60). The early pregnant women, middle-late pregnant women HPV positive ration was lower than routine health checks HPV infection rates. hpv52: hpv58 enjoy the highest infection rate among the multiple HPV combination.
Conclusion: HPV infection was serious among women in China. HPV infection is linked to one's age in Chinese. Women under the age of 20 have the highest HPV prevalence, implying that HPV vaccination is required for young people. Multiple HPV infections have a cumulative effect as people become older. It's possible that HPV infection is linked to vaginitis since vaginitis makes you more susceptible to infection. HPV infections in pregnant women are common and require additional care.