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Pinworms Cause Warts
No association: There is no tie in with genital warts & pin worms. Untreated genital warts can become quite large & uncomfortable or they may disappear & hibernate within the skin & return later. Freezing with nitrous oxide or liquid nitrogen, laser ablation, or chemical destruction are uncomfortable but effective methods of treatment. ...Read more
Growth on Scrotum: Given your age I think it is wise not to guess what is going on but to recommend that you show these lesions to your family doctor. There are numerous reasons for lesions on the scrotum and some are more worrisome than warts. ...Read more
Possibly: The fertile female pin worm exits the anus during quiet periods to lay their eggs in a sticky glue-like mucous. Many develop a itchy rash in reaction to this glue. The itchiness is helpful in dispersing the dried eggs. A non-specific irritant dermatitis is part of this cycle of life for pin worms. ...Read more
Warts are thought to have viral rather than nutritional cause:
https://www. Dermnetnz. Org/topics/viral-warts/
Theoretically a very poor diet may cause one's immune response to be blunted thus making them more susceptible if nutrition is poor. If concerns along these lines a consultation with a dietician or doctor is the best place to start to explore this possibility ...Read more
Screening only.: Screening drug tests occasionally return a false positive for some of the psychoactive drugs (xanax, ativan, (lorazepam) valium, etc). But anytime a screening test returns a positive, a more specific confirmatory test is run, and st. John's wort would not cause a false positive on the confirmatory test - or at least, I have never heard nor read of it happening. ...Read more
There is no:
Magic way, but there are many ways. You can try the over the counter topicals like salicylic acid, but be careful not to get it on normal skin.
They hurt as they are growths that are being stepped on so the pressure is painful. You may want to see a podiatrist or dermatologist as they usually have a bag of tricks to get rid of these faster than you could on your own. ...Read more
Yes: Warts are caused by the Human Papilloma virus of which there are about 130 different types ...Read more
Neurofibroma: Usually inherited disease, some times called elephant man some times extensive. ...Read more
Hi! My friend has developed some small things on his head (skull) they look like dry warts. What is the cause n how can it be treated.
See a physician: Warts are caused by the HPV virus. There are many medications and alternative treatments that work. They also can be removed by a Dermatologist if needed. But before you consider self treatment be sure to have the involved area examined by a physician to be sure you are not dealing with a precancerous actinic keratosis or squamous cell cancer. ...Read more
How does someone get something looking like tiny little warts on their vagina. And what is the cause of that. I am afraid since I am 20yrs old?
Could be. ..: Warts are not uncommon in the genital area but the little bumps could be other lesions such as small cysts or glandular structures. It would be best for you to be evaluated by a dermatologist or ob-gyn. ...Read more
Does oral hpv that causes warts go away on its own? Are oral warts even common? I'm 21 and I have head to my Bf. Scared he may not be clean.
HPV: Don't worry, you will be fine. You are describing the human condition. We are exposed to pathogens on a daily basis, including during sexual activity. HPV is the most commonly spread STD in the US but only certain strains cause cancer and our immune system can handle many of them. Get screened by your dentist/MD and get your PAP by your OB/GYN, your age indicates its time. Stay calm. ...Read more
What could cause fluid on face as well as odd wart like growth. One on each side, inside cheeks? The outside of cheeks are now ulcerating, won't heal?!
Have to: You need a biopsy. Please see your dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. ...Read more
Several treatments.: You can try over the counter wart removers, but be careful: I've seen them do more harm than good. Other options your doctor might offer include cryotherapy (freezing the wart), electrocautery (burning the wart), laser treatment, or several different topical chemical treatments. If the treatment is typically uncomfortable, your doctor can numb the area before proceeding. ...Read more