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A plantar wart is a sign of HPV presence in the organism, which can lead to infertility; human papilloma virus is easy to transmit. The brown dots are tiny blood vessels that nourish the growth. They donít have the skin lines and are painful when pressed on (discomfort while walking) or if moved from side to side. Most of the growths are raised and thick with brown dots within the lesion. A plantar wart is a sign of HPV presence in the organism, which can lead to infertility; human papilloma virus is easy to transmit.

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Infertility, Human Papilloma Virus

They are also very contagious. This virus can be contracted in warm moist environments, such as public showers and pools, and saunas. Caused by a type the HPV virus, they can be painful growths on the bottom of the foot. A plantar wart is a sign of HPV presence in the organism, which can lead to infertility; human papilloma virus is easy to transmit.

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

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