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Genital Warts Diagnosis

Genital Warts Diagnosis

The right genital warts diagnosis can be performed after a Pap smear test and a colposcopy; a large wart is easy to remove with cryosurgery, and the smaller ones often disapper on their own. But contagiousness for the other people must be assumed. It is sleeping in the membrane cells and it is difficult to say whether it will occur again or not. Though these growths may be cured, the virus itself still lives in the body, latently. The right genital warts diagnosis can be performed after a Pap smear test and a colposcopy; a large wart is easy to remove with cryosurgery, and the smaller ones often disapper on their own.

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Genital Warts Diagnosis

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Wart, Cryosurgery

The virus is thought to be active when there are lesions. Some people have one episode of the disease while the another may have many of them. There is a possibility that the growths may return to a person after a time notwithstanding the treatment. The right genital warts diagnosis can be performed after a Pap smear test and a colposcopy; a large wart is easy to remove with cryosurgery, and the smaller ones often disapper on their own.

Other Topics: HPV, High Risk HPV, Picture of HPV Infection, HPV STD, HPV Immunization, Human Papilloma Virus, Human Papillomavirus Vaccine, Cervical Dysplasia, Irregular Pap Smear, Genital Wart Contagious

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

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