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Genetial Warts

Genetial warts (genital) may be detected early via a Pap smear; if too large, their removal may potentially lead to miscarriage. The disease reveals itself in appearing growths or bumps. They may be raised or flat, single or multiple, small or large. They tend to be flesh-colored or whitish in appearance. The HPV pimples do not usually cause itching or burning and these symptoms are seldom. Genetial warts (genital) may be detected early via a Pap smear; if too large, their removal may potentially lead to miscarriage.

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Genetial Warts

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Pap Smear, Miscarriage

Sometimes these pimples are so small that they cannot be seen with the naked eye. Thus, a doctor or other clinical consult may be needed to perform the proper tests to rule out a person unknowingly having the type or types of HPV that cause serious disease forms. Genetial warts (genital) may be detected early via a Pap smear; if too large, their removal may potentially lead to miscarriage.

Other Topics: HPV Vaccine, HPV and Cervical Cancer, HPV, Sign of HPV, HPV Virus and Cervical Cancer, Human Papillomavirus Infection, Human Papillomavirus, Moderate Cervical Dysplasia, Pap Smear, Information on Genital Wart

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

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