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Wart

Also called: Common Wart

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Hi, What you have is a Herpetic whitlow (whitlow finger) just go to the link below your find what its all about, don’t worry when you see this in the...
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Hi One problem, as I try to make it bigger it gets fuzzy, your camera was to close, its best longer away for a clear picture.So have a look at this...
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Hi Looking at it, if was on mine I would not even give it a second look, just a pimple, try stop looking for something and just live your life.Just...
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Plantar means "bottom of the foot" and you do not have a bottom of a foot in your genital area. You can get warts, but common warts and...
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See a dermatologist and have the wart (assuming it is a wart) professionally treated.
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No...unfortunately, the vaccine is not for treating genital warts (HPV) but for preventing them. It will not hurt to get the vaccines since there are...
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Hi, If this is from a sexual test then no, this kind of hpv is from sexual contact, OK before you go off the handle.HPV can lay dormant (inactive...
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You may have a planters wart. If it will not go away they treatment may not be on long enough. If you go to the doctor they may remove the wart...
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Hi Its seems unlikely, but you could always be the first? are you sure there not just spots?If your still worried just get to an STD/GUM Clinic and...
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Hi, Warts may recur in up to one quarter of individuals within the first month but this becomes less likely as time passes. Warts are more likely to...
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No they are not.
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Yes, many children get genital warts (called condylomata acuminate). They do not have to get them from exclusively from sexual contact, but they do...
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All warts wherever they are should be seen by a doctor for evaluation.
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Hi Just google this, garlic to remove warts your find loads of info, and right down the bottom there's a link to what causes warts.See lots of...
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Assuming your diagnosis of a wart is correct, freezing may be the preferred method because of its location. Duct tape would be worthless on your lip...
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