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Treating Genital Wart

Treating genital wart usuallytakes much time and there is still no guarantee that it won't recur; vaginitis and other infections cannot be treated with cryosurgery, unlike warts. This procedure takes a small tissue sample from the suspected area (cervix) and tests are done on the tissue to determine cell abnormality. A biopsy is the best way to tell the difference between mild HPV lesions and those that are more likely to progress to cancer. Treating genital wart usuallytakes much time and there is still no guarantee that it won't recur; vaginitis and other infections cannot be treated with cryosurgery, unlike warts.

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Treating Genital Wart

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Vaginitis, Cryosurgery

Most dysplasia treatments focus on destroying the tissue that may progress to cancer. The lesions can be removed or you can get rid of the abnormal tissue, but the virus remains. There is no treatment to prevent HPV, or from developing abnormalities on the cervix or anus. Treating genital wart usuallytakes much time and there is still no guarantee that it won't recur; vaginitis and other infections cannot be treated with cryosurgery, unlike warts.

Other Topics: HPV, HPV in Man, HPV Picture, HPV Cancer, HPV in Male, Human Papilloma Virus, Human Papillomavirus HPV Infection, Cervix Cancer, Cone Biopsy, Genital Wart Contagious

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

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