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Female Genital Warts
Different symptoms: Warts and herpes don't look, feel, or behave like one another. Painless bumps that last more than 2-3 weeks may be warts, but never herpes. Blisters or open sores that clear up in 1-2 weeks may be herpes and never are warts. If anything at all is wrong in your genital area, stop guessing and see a doctor. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The major organs of the reproductive system includes, the external genitalia (penis and vulva) as well as a number of internal organs including the gamete producing gonads (testicles and ovaries). Diseases of the human reproductive system are very common and widespread, particularly ...Read more
Here are some...: Fortunately, either has its unique symptoms and looks, which can be easily recognized - once seen, never forget them. Warts are painless & usually with cauliflower-like but fine frond, but herpes comes with its pre-warning sensitivity followed by blisters appearing in clusters. More? Ask your doctors or contact me at www.Healthtap.com with RQPWJC to log in for appointments. ...Read more
If a female has genital warts, can she have oral or intercourse with a man without spreading it to him? What can the do? I would like to know what we can and can't do?
The : The only foolproof way to keep from transmitting or catching genital warts is to avoid sexual contact. Condoms can help decrease the spread, but cannot fully protect you since the warts/virus can be on the skin not covered by the condom. That being said, since condoms reduce the risk they should be used at all times. The hpv virus (the one that causes genital warts) can even be spread when there are no visible warts so often, in an ongoing sexual relationship both partners are infected by the time one of them is diagnosed. For more information, i've attached a great website with tons of information on genital warts. Good luck! ...Read more
I'm 17 year old female with genital warts. What are my chances of them going away and being cured? What are my chances of having cancer?
High and low: The chance of cure is over90% even with no treatment. The chance of having cervical cancer even with persistent hpv is low. The important thing is to continue your follow-up exams and paps. That will show if and when the hpv is causing a problem that warrants treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My female partner had genital warts, but got it removed by laser surgery. Is it okay to provide oral sex?
I'm 22 female. Have suffered wit genital warts for 4yrs :( doc freezes external ones but theres 1 by my clitoris, how can I treat these internal ones?
Aldara (imiquimod) or laser: I would consult your doc for an eval to see which rx option is best for you at this time. It is difficult to tell without an examination. Lesion near by the clitoris is still considered external and Aldara (imiquimod) cream may help. Carbon-laser destruction can also be done if appropriate based on result of evaluation by your doc. Also, would consider hpv vaccines series if u have not done so. Good luck. ...Read more
Not usefully: While applying apple cider vinegar is harmless, it is also completely ineffective. ...Read more
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Can anyone give my good news on genital warts.Im 17 year old female. So can I have healthy kids. With me being so young with they cure its self? Help
What happens if I just discovered small genital warts I know its a concern but can I get rid of them a.s.a.p?
See a doctor: See a doctor or clinic for professional diagnosis and treatment advice. Over the counter chemicals and various folk remedies have not been studied scientifically and it isn't known how well they work, if at all. Some apparent warts actually are other skin conditions. Self treatment may change the appearince of skin bumps, without curing warts but making it harder to accurately diagnose. ...Read more
Yes: Warts are contagious if the area is susceptible. Not all body parts and not all people are susceptible. Also, there are 99 species of hpv. The one that causes common warts on your hand is not the same one that causes cervical cancer. Regardless, watch where and who you touch with that hand, and see a dermatologist to get rid of it. ...Read more
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