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Treatment of facial warts do not typically result in miscarriage, or infertility, but it is always prudent for women to consult with their OB/GYN before administering any kind of medication. This disorder (also named verruca plana) is can be described as plane or slightly elevated, flesh-colored papules that may be smooth or slightly hyperkeratotic. The lesions range from 1-5 mm or more, and numbers range from a few to hundreds that may become grouped or confluent. Treatment of facial warts do not typically result in miscarriage, or infertility, but it is always prudent for women to consult with their OB/GYN before administering any kind of medication.

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Facial Warts

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Miscarriage, Infertility

These lesions may occur anywhere; however, the face, hands, and chins tend to be the most common areas. They may appear in a linear distribution as a result of scratching or trauma. Regression of these lesions may occur, which is usually triggered by inflammation. Treatment of facial warts do not typically result in miscarriage, or infertility, but it is always prudent for women to consult with their OB/GYN before administering any kind of medication.

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

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