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Do Gential Warts Come Back In The Same Spot
Maybe: Genital warts cam be localized or spread over a large area. If warts are not destroyed they may recur in the same area. There can also be genital warts that are not noticeable several inches away which will show weeks or months later. General warts need treatment and may require followup over a period of time. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I got abnormal cells removed that were cin2, will these come back of i had gential warts, chylmdia and gonorrera before? Im scared? Im only 22
Be compliant: Back in the bad old days, 30, 000 women died of cancer of the cervix in the usa alone, many of them young. You should be concerned and very eager to comply with treatment, but not paralyzed with fear. Do what you know you must, and you are almost certain to survive this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can gential warts be clearish small bumps and be popped? Then go away and come back a month later?
What to do if I got genital warts, I removed them about a little more than a year now nothing has come back..does that mean it wasnt too serious?
Can genital warts cure it self? Can they go away and not come back or be spread? Are they just spread threw sex? Can this cause cancer?
Maybe, maybe: The best answer will be provided by your dr or gyn, after an examination of this lesion. It could be many things, and we can not know if your diagnostic impression is correct. In some cases yes, would be the right answer to most of your (multiple) questions. Best of luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I just developed genital warts. Is there any chance that they could go away for ever after treatment? Or will they come back in a month?
Treatment good: But they do come back.Get a more detailed answer ›
Can genital warts come back after having protected sex with someone ? Hpv was dormant for two years. No warts. Until protected sex with a new partner....
HPV : Hpv is caused by a virus. I suggest that rather than them coming back, you have a recurrance. As dr fowler points out, there are many strains of virus and you could become infected with a new strain. When you have them removed, you only have the warts that are visual removed. Some warts are invisible even with a careful exam and colposcopy. I suggest that you discuss this situation with your physician, who may have information about the previous hpv that could help answer your questions. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If I have HPV that causes genital warts can my immune system ever surpress it so that it does not come back ?
MAYBE: These strains often clear eventually with or without treatment. However, they are from a family of viruses that tend to persist in your body for life, seen or unseen. The potential for a recurrence of visible lesions remains.Unfortunately, these strains are not killed off or suppressed by current anti-virals. Vaccines given prior to any sexual activity remains the best way to avoid the issue. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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