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Wart

Also called: Common Wart

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Many primary care providers treat them in their office, but if you want to see a specialist, a urologist or dermatologist can also treat you.
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No, do not pop it.  Typically it will need a week to heal fully.  If it is still there at that point it may need a second treatment.
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Hi You may have a problem, it can hide a go deep inside you body, and yes it could have been possible for you to have been married and never passed...
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Hi So it fell off, so now its a none bump, it no longer exists, so why worry now its gone?I don't know of anything from masturbating that would...
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Yes....that is EXACTLY what happens, and why both men and women need the HPV vaccine before they start having sex, and why couples who are not...
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Plantar (means "bottom of the foot") warts may require more than on treatment using liquid nitrogen, but this method can still fail. There...
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Hi As this is a visual thing, it would be best if you went either to your doctor or get to an STD/GUM Clinic let them have a look for you and do...
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There are hundreds of these folk medicine "cures", but I don't think you are going to have much success in curing your plantar warts...
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No...different viruses and different treatments. A herpes medication only works for herpes infections, not HPV.
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Hi You may find you answer on www.earthclinic.com, if not it would be a good starting place.Good Luck
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Plantar's wart is a whole different strain. You can have HPV and never show any symptoms ever, including warts.
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Self-diagnosis is often wrong, and self-treatment can be iffy. Since I have no way of determining if this is, indeed, a wart, I cannot endorse home...
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I can't tell you if these are warts or not....your description is not the same as a first-hand examination. They could be common warts or even...
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I could not possibly answer that question. I don't even know the type of warts your doctor has diagnosed. Are they condylomata?  And, there...
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Hi Have a read of the WebMD link, you may find it helpful for an answer, if you cant find any help here, go to your nearest STD/GUM Clinic and get...
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