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Genital Wart Thigh
Genital warts on thighs will not go away. I used freeze off three times. Will they go away on their own? Not multiplying (3) but ugly. Suggestions?
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Can you get genital warts on inner thigh? My HCP and gyn said the bumps on my inner thigh were warts. Could I have gotten them there from sex?
A light brown shiny bump smooth surface in groin where skin folds btwn thigh and abdomen. Is it likely to be genital wart?
I have a tiny soft skin "growth" on my labia majora close to the fold that connects to my inner thigh, the bump has a pubic hair growing through it (not exactly the center) can it be a genital wart?
More than likely not: The hair is probably ingrown. A wart would be more fleshy and would get bigger over time. You can always have it looked at. I would be more concerned if it increased in size. ...Read more
Beware: I would strongly encouraged you to avoid over the counter wart removers, whether it be salicylic acid based or cold based when addressing genital warts. That area is quite sensitive and is best addressed by your primary care doctor or dermatologists. Remember you can do more harm than good trying to treat these at home. ...Read more
Consider Aldara (imiquimod):
There are 3 medicines that may be self-applied for genital warts:
aldara cream (imiquimod), condylox and veregen (sinecatechins). I think most doctors tend to prescribe aldara, which stimulates the immune system. Other treatments are done in the office--freezing, acid or surgical removal. ...Read more
Genital warts: There is no single effective cure for removal of genital warts. A number of treatment options exist; however, no treatment is 100% effective in eliminating warts and preventing them from coming back in all patients. It also is not possible to eliminate infection with human papillomavirus once it has occurred. Genital warts may go away on their own in about 10%-20% of people over 3-5 months. ...Read more
Prevention Is Key: Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) causes genital warts, is sexually transmitted. Over 40 types infect the genital tract; over 14 have high risk for development of cancer. Treatment of warts includes cryotherapy, chemical destruction; however cancer risk may remain. Vaccine (age 11-26 yrs) prevents certain high risk strains; most effective if given before sexual debut. Condom use can prevent all strains. ...Read more
10-14 days: A couple of weeks is generally sufficient for the incisions to heal. ...Read more
Genital Warts: Warts are contagious. The virus is easily spread by physical contact or even contact with sheets or towels. However, transmitting common warts from the hands to the genitals isn't likely at all since genital warts are a different strain from other warts, and transmitting genital warts to the hands is just as unlikely. All warts should be treated to avoid transmission, especially genital warts. ...Read more
Variable: Genital warts can come in many sizes and shapes and the maximum is undefined. They can be as small as a pinhead and grow in clusters or they can be as large as a cherry. Growth and spread depends on your body's immune function. So make sure that you are in good health and are not smoking. ...Read more
I have fingerlike project small not too mush skin like color in libia minora around urethral opening since 3 years ago. Its that genital wart?
Get rxamined: Could be condylomata or caruncle but get examined by a urologist ...Read more
How soon can a genital wart appear? In 1 week? Had encounter and a week later a brown bump. Can it be from week before or from a past experience?
Here are some. ..: Exposing to HPV doesn't mean contracting it and later developing visible warts, if any, usually appearing in 2-3 months after exposure. Why? Because our body can fend off HPV with natural barriers - skin/ mucosa, if not broke, and with humoral defense immunity, which widely vary among people. So, any further doubt, seek professional evaluation and counseling. Best wishes... ...Read more
I have been with my wife for 4 years, I just had a genital wart breakout, could she have been unfaithful? Don't you have to come in contact w/ in 6 mo
I was exposed to HPV in nov. 2009 when my husband was unfaithful and just now have a genital wart, is it likely to take almost 5 yrs to show symptoms?
Probably not a wart: Warts are solid growths and don't "pop." maybe it wasn't a wart. ...Read more
There are no prescription or non-prescription remedies available for HPV. Once you are infected, you remain infected for life unless your body clears up the infection on its own. Genital warts caused by HPV are treatable by removing the warts. The best treatments for this are available in a doctor's office.
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Yes, they stop: Genital warts typically stop recurring within a few months. Get each outbreak treated with medical advice, and they'll stop pretty soon. The HPV infection causing them will be cleared by your immune system. Genital warts are an inconvenience, but not a serious health problem. Hang in there! Also, if you haven't been vaccinated to prevent additional HPV infection, do it now. Discuss with your doc. ...Read more
Hi, I had a genital wart in urethra and it cured 2 months ago if I will have a sex with my partner does it transmit to her or can I do sex.
Possibly, yes: Genital warts are inconvenient and unpleasant, but not a serious health problem. It can take a few months after the wart is gone for the virus itself (HPV) to clear up. You probably had HPV at least 2-3 months and maybe a year before the wart appeared. During that time, you could have infected your partner (s). If you now have the same partner, it's much to late to prevent it. ...Read more
Specialist: See a dermatologist for definitive diagnosis and treatment. If they really are just warts, treatments can be very simple... Just make sure you know what they are before treatment. Dermatologists are the specialist I would go to. ...Read more