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Use Of Dettol To Remove Genital Warts
The major organs of the reproductive system includes, the external genitalia (penis and vulva) as well as a number of internal organs including the gamete producing gonads (testicles and ovaries). Diseases of the human reproductive system are very common and widespread, particularly ...Read more
Well: The problem with warts is that they are viral and contagious. Now you need to have excellent hygiene and be sure they are all gone and none remaining and none remaining and you stay very clean and then will see. ...Read more
Cauterization.: They cauterize them.Get a more detailed answer ›
A little, yes.: A slight amount of bleed or seepage is normal. If it worsens, see the surgeon who performed the removal. ...Read more
Does applying vitaminE and garlic to genital warts remove them? If so how long should I apply it? Please help
Not your best choice: Your physician has a few better options, from surgery to lasers to some simple chemicals to immunomodulators that will get your body excited enough to clear the warts using the immune system. There is nothing "enlightened" about choosing "natural" stuff that will probably not work. I've had colleagues with these warts and nobody's used garlic -- if it worked, we'd know. ...Read more
Genital warts can be removed or go away within a few years, does that mean it's not with you for life, like it's not like herpes?
HPV: Hpv, can last a lifetime and put you at risk for cervical, rectal and throat cancer. But, there are over 140 different strains and most of them cause no permanent risk. 13 strains cause these dangerous cancers. Gardisil, the vaccine, prevents the four strains that cause 95% of the dangerous disease. ...Read more
My bf has a few genital warts. Removed once but came back. Were also ttc. How can this affect us? And willi for sure get it if they r on his "balls"?
What to do if I got genital warts, I removed them about a little more than a year now nothing has come back. Does that mean it wasn't too serious?
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
No limit: Genital warts usually by definition are caused by genital contact -- which should not be occurring in children/pediatrics. Your name is "mommy" so I interpret this to be female: if there is abuse, this needs to be reported, the patient removed from the circumstance, and then treated. Surgery, laser therapy, liquid nitrogen, podophyllin, etc are all possible methods of treatment. ...Read more
I have genital warts but I do not want to go get them removed because I'm terrified. Will they eventually go away?
Genital Warts: If left untreated, visible genital warts can resolve on their own, remain unchanged, or increase in size or number. Available therapies for genital warts likely reduce, but do not eradicate, hpv infectivity. Treatment can be liquid nitrogen and topical prescription medications. ...Read more
Yes: Sometimes itching is noted as part of the skin healing process. ...Read more
No: This will have absolutely no effect on the warts. ...Read more
My bfs roomate has genital warts just removed can that be contagious if they happen to use the same toilet?
Is there a medication on the shelf I can use to remove genital warts? With out going back to the doctors office
There is not an over the counter remedy avaiable that is specific to genital warts.
Genital warts need to be assessed by your health care provider. Then, he/she may recommend and precribe a medication that can be applied in the privacy of your own home.
Most of the time, genital warts are removed using cryotherapy (freezing the wart so that growth stops).
Please see your health care provider to determine the best solution. ...Read more
Supposing that someone had genial warts but got them removed and they had sex with someone, could that person get genital warts?
Genital warts are common and are contagious.
However, if a person had warts and had them treated so that no warts are present on the skin, then the partner should not be at any risk to contact them.
It if believed that a wart must be present to spread the disease.
The cells of the anus in a person who has had them treated still contain the virus, but they are not contagious.
Peter wilk, md. ...Read more
Unlikely: Warts are caused by human papilloma virus, in order to get them you need constant contact and some small skin abrasion, just using the bath room is unlikely to get warts, especially genital with normal sanitary precautions. ...Read more
Warts: Dermatologists will typically remove external warts where as gynecologists will remove internal ones. ...Read more
Possible: Possible, especially if you have pigmented skin but in time fades away. ...Read more
Not necessarily: You have to wait and see the actual growth to be sure. Two weeks is a very short time. Itching may be related to other factors. ...Read more
If a man has had genital warts removed from his penis does that mean that he is totally cured of the hpv?
Can I shower 10 hours after having my genital warts removed off my vagina by a scalpel & liquid nitrogen?
Genital warts removed from base of my penis. However aware that still a carrier of HPV. Worried about infecting future safe partners.?
Here are some. ..: Once infected with HPV, its virus will almost stay with you forever although you may have no clinically detectable visible warts. In reality, just exercise higher diligence & vigilance for safer sex. Besides, make sure to have regular PAP smear for sex partner. There is no practical need to be overly anxious about it; just move & live on; if seeing something, deal with it timely. ...Read more