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A genitial wart is not related to cervical cancer; a vaginal wart is often difficult to detect. Immune enhancers, antiviral agents, chemical applications, and surgical procedures such as cryosurgery, laser, electro-surgery, or excision are options to remedy them. Early detection using routine cytology exams are critical to avert any potential progression to cancer since prolonged exposure coupled with weakened immunity increases the risk. A genitial wart is not related to cervical cancer; a vaginal wart is often difficult to detect.

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Genitial Wart

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Cervical Cancer, Vaginal Wart

It may not have symptoms, but when it invades the body it can impair cells causing genital dysplasia or lumps manifesting as small, flat, flesh-colored bumps or tiny, cauliflower-like bumps with associated pain, irritation or bleeding. HPV initiates genital condyloma and is a widely spread venereal disease in the United States. A genitial wart is not related to cervical cancer; a vaginal wart is often difficult to detect.

Other Topics: HPV, HPV Vaccine, HPV Virus, Human Papillomavirus HPV, HPV FAQ, Type of Human Papilloma Virus, Human Papilloma Virus, Pregnancy and Cervical Dysplasia, Pap Smear, STD Genital Wart

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

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