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Virus (Definition)

A virus is a small infectious agent that can replicate only inside the living cells of an organism. Viruses can infect all types of organisms, from animals and plants ...Read more


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I have not been diagnosed but I'm sure I have genital warts, will the virus or warts ever go away? I'm very worried that's why I have not seen a doc?

I have not been diagnosed but I'm sure I have genital warts, will the virus or warts ever go away? I'm very worried that's why I have not seen a doc?

No : They will not resolve without intervention. So. You need to have excellent hygiene to try to stop spreading then you must see your doctor for treatment ...Read more

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How long can wart virus live outside the body?

How long can wart virus live outside the body?

Generally do not: Live or proliferate out side the body , possible may stay dormant for long time like any other virus. ...Read more

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Could the genital warts virus be passed on even there are no symptoms (outbreaks)?

Could the genital warts virus be passed on even there are no symptoms (outbreaks)?

Unlikely: Hpv virus causes warts or papillomas, some one gets infected they will have warts, simply you get warts and can get rid of them completely by treatments. But herpes simplex infections virus stays in the body forever once you are infected. ...Read more

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Removing plantar wart virus from your foot painful?

Removing plantar wart virus from your foot painful?

Maybe: The most painless method is laser removal, pulsed dye, diode, or co2. The first two usually require several treatments and do not require anesthesia...The co2 is a single treatment, does require the area to be numbed but has a95+% success...Google! ...Read more

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Does immune system destroy common warts virus?

Does immune system destroy common warts virus?

It can....: Get it treated! you can use the liquid 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 ). It seems to boost the immune system and help get rid of warts. ...Read more

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How long can a plantar's wart virus live on an inanimate object?

How long can a plantar's wart virus live on an inanimate object?

Not sure: I found one article that said a long time and i found another article that said not long. If someone in your household has plantar warts, i would recommend everyone wear their own shoes and socks and keep floors and bathtub/showers cleaned with bleach like cleaners. I believe bleach would kill the virus. ...Read more

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Are the herbs: the original wormwood combination, cloves, and blue moon good for killing the warts virus?

Are the herbs: the original wormwood combination, cloves, and blue moon good for killing the warts virus?

Herbs for warts: Almost any remedy will work about 10% of the time but in my experience there are many more effective treatments available. ...Read more

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About how long can the wart virus survive in shoes?

About how long can the wart virus survive in shoes?

Many weeks: The virus that causes warts on the feet/skin can persist for several weeks or even months in shoes. ...Read more

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My friend has HPV warts on his neck, i used his pillow for some days, will i acquire the virus and get warts on my neck or other parts? A bit worried.

Probably not warts: First, the neck is a very unlikely place for warts; something else probably is the cause. Your friend should see a doctor for professional diagnosis. But even if they are warts, the virus that causes them (human papillomavirus, HPV) is not transmitted by contact with clothing, sheets, etc. You are not at risk even if your friend has warts on the neck or anywhere else. ...Read more

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Dr. Arnold Beresh
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Warts (Definition)

Warts are outgrowths of the skin, usually caused by a virus. They are self-limited, meaning that they can go away on its own ...Read more