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How To Take Off Warts
If they: Are not gone in thirty days, go see a podiatrist. ...Read more
Yes: Chances are you already have the virus that causes genital warts, human papillomavirus, hpv, mostly types 6 and 11. You have a 70% chance of infection with this virus by one unprotected sex with an infected individual via direct skin-to-skin contact. Only 1-5% infected will develop genital warts. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No pills..: There are topical medications you can apply, on a scheduled basis (2-3x/week) for up to 16 wks etc...These are prescriptions. They can also be treated in the office by your doc/dermatologists. The current cervical cancer vaccines may help reduce the incidence of gential warts significantly. Check with your doc.. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Do you take Medicaid. I've tried freezing my warts off numerous times and they just flat out will not go away. Actually multiplying?
Many of us do . . .: Since you appear to live in/around Hamilton, OH, search this website for Family Docs, Internists or Dermatologists in same local vicinity and ask them specifically (look at their insurance info). Warts often appear to multiply despite freezing b/c one isn't aggressive enough in freezing normal appearing periphery loaded w/infected cells. So we free large circumference around visible wart. ...Read more
2 to 40 weeks: Seriously, it can clear them up right away, or seem to take forever. If you scrape the wart down daily, and it's not too big, compound w can work well. You just have to help things along with scraping. ...Read more
Not known: Like most other wart creams there is no definative answer to how many applications will get rid of the wart. ...Read more
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