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Remove Wart

It is necessary to remove wart that occur with urethritis with leep procedure or other methods. For more complex types such as plantar (foot) and genital condyloma, physician attention is advised. For common and flat papillomas appearing on hand or face, non-prescription medications are available. Medical approaches for their elimination are dependent upon the site of origin, patient history, and diagnostic evaluations. It is necessary to remove wart that occur with urethritis with leep procedure or other methods.

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Urethritis, LEEP Procedure

Some agents may stimulate allergic reactions to get rid of them while others support T-cell antiviral rejection. Condylomas may be taken off using chemicals that freeze or dissolve it, topical agents that strip or “peel” affected area, injections that blister and slough, or surgical—burning or excision--procedures. It is necessary to remove wart that occur with urethritis with leep procedure or other methods.

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