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How does the wound heal after a condyloma is removed from the genitals?

How does the wound heal after a condyloma is removed from the genitals?

Wound healing: After the removal of the condyloma, with usual wound care outlined by your physician, the area should heal in with normal tissue. As probably instructed by your physician, you will need to monitor the area for reoccurrence (if its in an area that is visualized). ...Read more

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Condyloma (Definition)

Genital warts (condyloma) are soft fleshy growths that may be rough on the surface. They are sexually transmitted and result from an infection with human papilloma virus (hpv) they may show up anywhere that contact happens such as ...Read more


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What is the difference between condyloma acuntum and genital wart ?

 What is the difference between condyloma acuntum and genital wart ?

Subtype: Condyloma acuminatum is often used for the big benign genital warts. HPV is a spectrum. If you are a candidate for the vaccine, please get it. ...Read more

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If hair cannot grow through a genital wart (condyloma acuminata) what could the condition be?

If hair cannot grow through a genital wart (condyloma acuminata) what could the condition be?

Lymphocele: There are several possible things this could be. I presume this arose quickly. If so i believe this could be a lymphocele, a collection of lymph fluid resulting from a blockage of lymphatic fluid channels. See your doctor. ...Read more

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Is there any specific way to distinguish genital warts (condyloma) caused by low-risk HPV & condyloma caused by the secondary stage of syphilis?

Is there any specific way to distinguish genital warts (condyloma) caused by low-risk HPV & condyloma caused by the secondary stage of syphilis?

Yes: If your physician can biopsy the warts then the cause can be determined accurately. If you want to avoid this you can get blood tests for syphillis to make sure you do not have syphillis. ...Read more

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My biopsy results were abnormal. The dr said i had condyloma. Does this mean I have low risk hpv? What is the treatment? And will i get genital warts?

My biopsy results were abnormal. The dr said i had condyloma. Does this mean I have low risk hpv? What is the treatment? And will i get genital warts?

Not necessarily: If you are referring to a cervical biopsy, you have cervical hpv. Most condyloma are low risk hpv, but it is possible to be high risk type. Mild dysplasia requires no treatment. 80% of this will clear spontaneously. Generally cervical hpv does not cause external or vulvar warts/condyloma. ...Read more

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I have condyloma (genital wart) and im pregnant now could that effect on my baby in my uterus that mean my baby also get hpv virus... ?

I have condyloma (genital wart) and im pregnant now could that effect on my baby in my uterus that mean my baby also get hpv virus... ?

Not while developing: This virus limits it's spread to direct contact.While inside your uterus, the baby is protected by several tissue membranes from external agents.The only possible invaders would need to get there through your blood, which this does not do.There is potential for the baby to acquire virus during natural delivery, if you are shedding at that time.Babies can develop genital or vocal cord warts later. ...Read more

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Will genital warts be gone forever once removed?

Most of the time: Most of the time the treatment is permanent. But in extensive cases or in people with poor local immunity it may be difficult to totally eradicate the warts.Early treatment is very important. ...Read more

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