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Facial Wart

Facial wart is a symptom of getting human papillomavirus; this strain is not dangerous and doesn't lead to infertility and other serious problems. Persistent and painful eruptions warrant a visit to the doctor. In juveniles, it's known to disappear without treatment, suppressed by the immunity system. Thus, broader treatments like sloughing creams that peel epidermis of the affected area are preferred. An outcropping of another after treatment of one would not be surprising. Facial wart is a symptom of getting human papillomavirus; this strain is not dangerous and doesn't lead to infertility and other serious problems.

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Facial Wart

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Human Papillomavirus, Infertility

Classified as flat because they are tinier and smoother than other types of condylomata acuminata, they erupt in large numbers even though some may not be visible. This type of bumps can occur almost anywhere such as on legs; commonly they appear in areas surrounding the cheeks particularly in children. Facial wart is a symptom of getting human papillomavirus; this strain is not dangerous and doesn't lead to infertility and other serious problems.

Other Topics: HPV Vaccine, HPV Virus, HPV, HPV Genital Wart, HPV Mild Dysplasia, Oral Human Papilloma Virus, Cervical Cancer Human Papilloma Virus, Cervical Dysplasia Treatment, Pap Smear, Genital Wart Picture

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

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