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Viral Warts On Body
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Facial viral warts and also on neck, NT going with acids.I hav itching around them, what should I do?
Go for proper treatm: You tried self treatment already , now is the time to her eradicated from one of methods by your doctor. ...Read more
My son has viral warts on his anus. Could it have been caused by my planter wart on my foot when he takes a bath?
What do you suggest if my son has viral warts on his anus. could it be caused by my planter wart on my foot when he takes a bath?
Unlikely the issue: Wart strains tend to be specific for certain tissues they infect. Anal warts represent 2 strains of HPV that inhabit the genitals.They are not the warts of the foot or skin in general. Anal warts suggest sexual transmission.Anal skin tags can have a similar appearance to warts. ...Read more
Hsv has antiviral drug. Hiv also has drug to control the viral load. Do Hpv has antiviral drug too? Antiviral drug for Hpv patient to prevent transmission,not the vaccine since i already contracted the Hpv in my body the genital warts and high risks.
Not yet: We do not yet have an antiviral medication to neutralize HPV viruses or to block their replication. Thus, the best one can do is get periodic check-ups and follow-up with any important findings. Of course, people should be vaccinated with Gardasil-9 or any other HPV vaccine with 9 or more serotypes of protection. Also, have very few partners, and preferably vaccinated partners. ...Read more
Hi I was wondering what does a viral vagina swab check for? Because I have a wart look alike and the doctor did a swab over it
No: Genital warts - caused by the hpv virus - are common and contagious, but they are not dangerous. A person's body mounts an immune response to the virus, but is usually unable to kill the virus and the warts they produce. The overall immune system is not affected and immune responses to other bodily threats will not be adversely affected. Peter wilk, md. ...Read more
My preference is-: -a dermatologist. There are different treatments available 2 them. Just make an appointment. Many dermatologists are hard 2 get into C, but if you know of someone who Cs the 1 you want 2 C have them ask for a big favor & C their friend. Sometimes works but it also can wait,& tell the scheduler that U will take a last minute cancellation spot, this also works. ...Read more
Lab test shown verruca viral caused a bump/lump on the penis base. Is it a genital wart ? & considered as ?
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below: It may have occurred during a hormonal change. ...Read more
My son has warts that are growing very fast. He is 29 months. They on his is arm pit and spreading all over the body. Where do I treat this?
Dermatology or: his Primary Care doc may have experience treating these. ...Read more
My son have allot of warts ons his body for the pass 4months.Dr sed it is a virus and it will pass in time. But it is spreading & I also got it know?
Molluscum???: See a dermatologist.Get a more detailed answer ›
Hello. I have had warts for years now (I would estimate over five years) and they haven’t gone away. From what I understand warts and the virus that causes them usually is expelled from the body in less than 2 years. ?
Often takes years: If you want help, see a dermatologist ...Read more
A variety of infections caused by herpes simplex virus types 1 and 2. Type 1 infections are marked by the eruption of vesicles on lips or at the external nares; type 2 by such lesions on the genitalia. Both types often are dormant and reappear during febrile illnesses or even physiologic states such as menstruation. The viruses become latent and and may not ...Read more
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