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how long will it take will to be cured/treated if you are a teen with hpv with genital warts?

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Dr. David Holtz
Gynecologic Oncology 23 years experience
Untreated or treated: Untreated genital warts take a variable amount of time to go away, with only 20-30% gone by 3 months. Treatment also takes a variable about of time: up to 16 weeks with imiqumod. With all treatments, there is a risk of recurrent warts.

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How long will it take will to be cured/treated as a teen with HPV genital warts?

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Dr. David Finke
Obstetrics and Gynecology 15 years experience
Weeks: They typical treatment for hpv warts can take several weeks to completely clear up. See your doctor for the fastest, safest, preferred method in your case.

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