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No and no: Genital warts and the virus that causes them (certain types of human papillomavirus, HPV) have nothing to do with polycystic ovaries. Genital HPV infections, including warts, involve the external genitals only and do not involve the ovaries. Some ovarian cancers are associated with HPV, but how this happens isn't known. ...Read more
I have small little pimples or almost identical pearly penal on the shift of my penis, so are those that or are they general warts? (removed them)?
Probably normal: There are most likely pearly penile papules. These are perfectly normal. They usually don't need to be removed. Your physician can confirm the diagnosis, since it's impossible to diagnose lesions without seeing them. Here is some information. http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/1058826-overview ...Read more
Warts: Warts are small, usually painless growths on the skin caused by a virus called human papillomavirus (hpv). Most, but not all, are generally harmless. Warts can be disfiguring and embarrassing. Sometimes they itch or hurt (particularly on the feet). Some warts spread through sex. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Skin virus: Warts are caused by a slow-growing skin virus. They are contagious (although not as much as a cold), so if someone with a wart on their foot walks barefoot on the ground and you walk in the same place, you can get them. If you think you have one, have your Dr. take a look. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Salicylic acid: If the wart is small and not on face, i generally recommend doing the following every other day for 2 wks: soaking wart with warm water, gently thin out the wart with an emory board, apply liquid 17% salicylic acid, cover with 40% salicylic acid tape, then apply duct tape (or surgical tape) over it to occlude. The wart will soften and peel off. Some require liquid nitrogen or laser treatments. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
WART TREATMENTS: Depends on how long you have had them. Also depends on where the warts are. Also how many warts? For fingers, toes? Genitals? For fingers and toes, for instance, many over-the-counter wart medications like compound w, wart-off, wartaway sometimes work. Dermatologists often freeze off warts. Warts on the soles are very difficult to get rid of. See a dermatologists if they are stubborn. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer