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Small Warts All Over Body
I have small lesion on my perianal body I want to know is it warts or skin tags? I have anal fissure
Hard to say: Without an exam I am not able to answer your question. See your primary doctor to get the proper exam. ...Read more
I had warts when I was small and it cleared up spontaneously. Now have genital warts. Is it a good sign that the strain will clear my body eventually?
Small hard wart like bumps have appeared on my body. They’re only itchy when I really think about it more focused on hands feet and arms, what is this?
Need to examine:
It is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without examining you. What you described sounds like warts and you may try over the counter treatment for warts.
Make sure you take HPV vaccination.
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Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
May just be you: I'm going to assume these really are warts, and not some less familiar skin disease. Some folks simply get lots of these, and you'll spend time having them removed by whatever means you and your physician find most appropriate. People who are immunosuppressed for transplants or other reasons sometimes get grotesque numbers of warts, but without other evidence, don't assume you're compromised. ...Read more
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Hands, feet, legs arms, -genitals and even the face. Non genital
warts are most commonly found on the hands followed by the sole of the foot. ...Read more
See your doctor: Without seeing what you're referring to, it's very difficult to speculate what could be going on. You should see your doctor for a complete exam and medical advice. There are many many different types of skin lesions, from benign to serious, and it is unusual to have "warts all over". Your physician may even refer you to a dermatologist. ...Read more
It 's best to see a: Board certified dermatologist to get correct diagnosis. Small flat warts can be difficult to self-diagnose. As they are highly spreadable, rubbing the skin over the warts can lead to spread. Hope that helps ...Read more
Lots of ways: You can use the liquid nitrogen, liquid nitrous oxide (this is what I like to use), topical acids, dermal scraping. You can also try oral Cimetidine (400 mg three times a day for 12-16 weeks). This is very safe and had the side effect of getting rid of warts for many people of adult size and weight (japma november 1, 1995 vol. 85 no. 11 717-718). For excisions, I use radiowave surgery. ...Read more
See a dermatologist: You need evaluation and treatment by a skin specialist. Maybe you have something else instead of warts. ...Read more
I have warts on my figures. How do I keep them from spreading to other parts of my body and to other people?
I think I have flat warts And they won't stop spreading all over my body. They are tiny And not too noticable but I want them to stop. Please help me?
See a dermatologist: Maybe they are something else!!!Get a more detailed answer ›
Need a look at...: How long have these lesions been there? Have they grow in size or change in shape? If none of these, these could be just a harmless skin tag. Nonetheless, it is hard to tell what they are without a direct look. How to sort these things out correctly? Follow instructions in http://formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html. Then you can work closely with doc for right diagnosis, care, & counseling. ...Read more
You need to get a: Diagnosis. Are they warts? Are they blisters? We don't see them, hence we don't know. The two re treated differently, so you need to see a doc in person.... ...Read more
The warts on my perineum are small and hard. I don't know why they are there or what they could be?
Please ask your: Parents to have you medically evaluated. Don't know if you are sexually active - but should be evaluated for human papilloma virus. Take care. ...Read more
Curious. If you have some type of genial warts or herpes. Could you spread onto more places on your body?
Depends on method: I believe there is a risk of some nerve damage if plantar warts (those on the bottom of the foot) are frozen using the liquid nitrogen method, which is super cold. The new nitrous oxide cryoprobe uses temperatures about half as cold & seems to avoid this problem. A physician may choose to avoid some areas or take down a leason in several stages to avoid problems & get yet acceptable results. ...Read more
See below: It may have occurred during a hormonal change. ...Read more
Doesn't matter: Once you acquire these you can carry the germ in your tissues indefinitely and pass them to a partner with or without visible lesions. With the help of therapy and your immune system most clear the primary infection within 2 years and don't notice a recurrence, but it can. ...Read more
17% salicylic acid: Apply once a day till they disappear. If too deep you will need liquid nitrogen ...Read more
Mucosal warts: Warts do occur on mucosal surfaces like the lip. And one of the changes that the virus induces is a change in the blood vessels, so it could be red. More often the epithelial changes predominate however and it appears a bit whiter than the surrounds. Still if it persists you should have it seen as there are other things that can cause red raised bumps too. ...Read more
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