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The presence of a genital sex wart can be detected with a pap smear test; a vaginal wart usually doesn't lead to severe comditions. Condoms don't cover the base of the shaft, scrotum or pubic hair where the virus can reside and be transmitted. An infected penis rubbing on the outside or your vaginal area or anus, fingers or toys can spread the virus to you. HPV is spread by skin-to-skin contact. The presence of a genital sex wart can be detected with a pap smear test; a vaginal wart usually doesn't lead to severe comditions.

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Genital Sex Wart

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Pap Smear, Vaginal Wart

It is common to get recurrent warts many years after their first infection. Thus, most recurrences are the result of the virus that your body never built immunities to suddenly becoming active again. Once you've had warts, you may never be rid of the virus. The presence of a genital sex wart can be detected with a pap smear test; a vaginal wart usually doesn't lead to severe comditions.

Other Topics: HPV, HPV and Cervical Cancer, HPV Vaccine, HPV Picture Symptom Wart, HPV Vaccines, Human Papillomavirus, Human Papillomavirus Infection, LEEP Surgery, Pap Smear, Genital Wart

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

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