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The problem of plantar warts children is not very serious, as they often disappear in some time; the problem with HPV is not only warts, but also genital lesions, dysplasya and even cervical cancer, so women have to undergo a cone biopsy or other painful operations to treat these disorders. It is hard to cure the condition, as it tends to reoccur. There are a few treatment options including medicines and a surgery. Since the strains of the virus are different, the infection does not spread to genitalia, however. The problem of plantar warts children is not very serious, as they often disappear in some time; the problem with HPV is not only warts, but also genital lesions, dysplasya and even cervical cancer, so women have to undergo a cone biopsy or other painful operations to treat these disorders.

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Plantar Warts Children

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Cervical Cancer, Cone Biopsy

Normally, skin growths appear on the foot and may spread. These skin growths look hard and flat and have a rough surface. The condition is more common in teenagers and is caused by HPV that is often acquired in public places when walking barefoot. The problem of plantar warts children is not very serious, as they often disappear in some time; the problem with HPV is not only warts, but also genital lesions, dysplasya and even cervical cancer, so women have to undergo a cone biopsy or other painful operations to treat these disorders.

Other Topics: HPV Shot, HPV Cure, HPV, Oral HPV, Is HPV Curable, Human Papillomavirus, Human Papilloma Virus, Mild Cervical Dysplasia, Cause of Abnormal Pap Smear, Genital Warts

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

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