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Warts Around Vagina
I was tested for HPV and was negative, but I have warts around my vagina. Does this mean I have HPV?
Warts: Sounds suspicious, I would get rechecked.Get a more detailed answer ›
So many answers: There are so many different appearances that it would make the most sense for you to see your obgyn for a checkup - and more so because there are different treatments for each. And...If it's an std, you need to be able to inform your partner(s) down the road. Good luck! ...Read more
Warts: Genital warts have a number of treatments depending on where they are and how many there are. If external or just at the vaginal opening, they can be treated by medications placed on them. It usually takes a few treatments to clear the warts. Warts deep in the vagina can be treated by cutting them off (excision), laser therapy, or cryotherapy (freezing). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
you have to show to: Your gyn doctor , only after examination will be determined what they are , and the appropriate treatment. ...Read more
HPV?: You can get non-genital anywhere on your body, so this is one possibility. However, if these are genital warts they are caused by a virus called hpv (there are divergent types). These almost always come from skin-to-skin contact with a person who has them transmission from contaminated towels, clothes, etc is very unlikely. ...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 ?
After the initial: Healing process is over, see your doctor to make sure everything healed well. ...Read more
Am terrified since my warts were remove usin electric means and now I can see tiny ones comin out all over my vagina.What can I do..Help me ?
Why is it that I discharge a whitish substance from my vagina most of the time?And something is on my vagina like warts a lot n are scratching
Vaginal discharge: This discharge may be a yeast infection, usually easily treated, though sometimes may take longer. Suggest you see your doctor to sample the discharge and treat appropriately. The warts should be evaluated, too. These may be HPV and should be treated. If sexually active, you can pass to your partner. Also, I suggest Pap Smear. ...Read more
Is it possible to have warts on vagina for 1st time ever -even after 9yrs of complete abstinence? What are the reasons for warts? Is a there cure?
Not all warts alike: Vaginal warts are not necessarily "venereal warts" (sexually transmitted). Warts are caused by a virus called the "papilloma virus" and can appear on the skin anywhere. They can spread by abrasion but are usually solitary. See your Gynecologist to have it removed along with a general GYN exam..No emergency....It can be removed with a freezing instrument... ...Read more
On the outer part of my vagina it is tearing like a seam and I have been getting bumps by the opening of my vagina but I don't think they are warts. ?
Dr please can you tell me what it is I am having something like that of warts its dark on my vagina and its getting bigger each day what it is and cause?
Need an Exam: The word "darker' is in no way descriptive enough to possibly give you any valid answer. It sounds like you need a physician to examine you in person urgently. ...Read more
HPV - genital warts: If you have never been sexually active, then it's very unlikely those skin findings you're noticing are true warts. Genital warts are caused by HPV - human papilloma virus - and there has to be some kind of sexual activity to acquire those. There could be other skin abnormalities like 'skin tags', over-active sebaceous (oil) glands or moles. Best to see a dermatologist if it's really bothering u ...Read more