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During a pelvic exam if a physician detects polyps, cervix growths are treated as possible genital condyloma or wart. This term refers to small, fragile, fingerlike growths on the mucosal surface of the cervix or endicervical canal. The cause of the disorder is not completely understood, it is frequently the result of the infection, so they should always be treated in a timely manner. During a pelvic exam if a physician detects polyps, cervix growths are treated as possible genital condyloma or wart.

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Polyps Cervix

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Condyloma, Wart

The symptoms are: abnormal vaginal bleeding (postcoital, after douching, between periods, and after menopause), heavy periods (menorrhagia), white or yellow heavy discharge. The disorder can be also asymptomatic. It is benign and easily removed by electrocautery or laser vaporization, and regrowth is uncommon. During a pelvic exam if a physician detects polyps, cervix growths are treated as possible genital condyloma or wart.

Other Topics: HPV Treatment, HPV Picture, HPV, HPV Man Symptom, Pregnancy HPV, Human Papilloma Virus, Human Papilloma Virus Cure, Cervical Dysplasia, Pap Smear, Genital Wart

Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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