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Do You Have to Apply or not to Apply Cryotherapy for Curing Genital Warts?

Monday, January 18th, 2010 No Comments Under: Genital Warts

If there is a place for genital warts you should not think of medications in any cases but pregnancy. Medicines are also necessary if warts occupy a vast area and bring you much discomfort and irritation. In other cases, these warts would disappear themselves without any drug or therapy. Read more »

How to Diagnose and Cure Human Papilloma Virus in Vaginal Area?

Monday, September 21st, 2009 No Comments Under: Genital Warts

HPV or Human Papilloma Virus is characterized by leading to a disease remarkable for affecting human skin and body, and its main symptom is a bump. There is a variety of HPV realizations and one of really confusing and annoying versions, especially for females, is a wart occurring in genital area, or genital wart. The data you’ll read below are the main facts necessary to know if you face or deal with vaginal genital warts. Read more »

Some Facts and Tips on Genital Warts

Monday, September 21st, 2009 No Comments Under: Genital Warts

What is the origin of genital warts?

Genital warts are the result of being infected by human papilloma virus. They occur in any skin area, and for this kind of virus are characteristic for appearing in genital area. Their view differs from the type of infection. Human papilloma virus is known to have over a hundred of kinds, and more than a third of them tend to occur in genital area. Read more »

Genital Warts Self-Diagnostics

Monday, August 31st, 2009 No Comments Under: Genital Warts

Genital warts are a case of frequent occurrence, but the disease is a matter of privacy for most people, so that the person infected can’t even guess he actually has it. The problem is commonly confused with alternative sexually transmitted diseases and even relatively safe viruses. One more reason for hesitation is that a person infected is seized with horror at the idea of investigating the place of infection. However, the first step is surely to take a glance at the area to make further suspicions reasonable. Read more »