Articles tagged as Warts
A Guide to Anal Warts
Posted on November 23, 2020 by Abe Stallons
Anal warts, known in the medical profession as condyloma, are growths caused by infection by the human pappilloma virus (HPV) and are usually found on the skin around the anus (rectal opening), within the anal canal or at the lower rectum.Anal warts are usually but not exclusively transmitted through sexual intercourse, usually anal sex, which makes the issue prevalent in the gay community.It can take from one to six months from time of exposure to the initial outbreak, but sometimes the time span has been known to take years...
Genital Wart Symptoms
Posted on September 2, 2020 by Abe Stallons
Not everybody that is infected by the human pappilloma virus (HPV) will have warts that show somewhere on the body.More often than not there are no visible symptoms and many individuals have been known to go through their entire lives without an outbreak.When genital wart symptoms do develop, it is usually within a couple of months after the initial infection.In some cases, symptoms didn't develop for many years after infection...
How To Treat Plantar Warts
Posted on July 18, 2020 by Abe Stallons
The bottoms or the bottom of the feet are called plantar surfaces and plantar warts are the tough, horny growths that develop on them.Because these areas are weight bearing and responsible for moving the human body from place to place, the warts that form on the plantar surfaces become forced into the skin that makes them particularly painful.Like all warts, they are harmless growths that will probably go away by themselves or with minimal treatment, but their location and the amount of pain involved makes them hard to dismiss...
A Look at Vaginal Warts
Posted on June 26, 2020 by Abe Stallons
Once again, the human pappilloma virus (HPV) rears its ugly head.This time transmitted through sexual contact, it has landed and taken up residence in a woman's vagina.And knowing that it's the most frequent virus in life, understanding that there are 50 million people infected with HPV, does not help.There's a level of shame and humiliation after it's recognized that forces a great deal of people to not find a doctor and makes others feel strange about sex...