Have you been infected with HPV or genital warts?

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Genital warts in the homosexual community


 

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These symptoms are definitely unpleasant, but they are treatable and should be treated as early as possible, both to stop the spread of the warts to the rest of the body and to minimize the risk of further infection of the virus to other sexual partners.

In most cases the treatment is either included in the insurance plans, provided free or for a small fee, so there’s no reason to delay treatment.

On this website, you can learn more about HPV, see pictures of condyloma warts, read personal stories of people who have faced the virus and the genital warts, and askour our expert doctors, questions.

Most importantly, remember that you are not alone. Thousands of people treat genital warts every year, and the “shame barrier” simply doesn’t exist anymore.

Both me and the doctor were surprised by the results. The test was negative for cancerous cells in the cervix, but positive for the existence of HPV. The doctor explained that the virus usually disappears on its own, and that there’s nothing to worry about. He recommended I returned a few months later to get myself checked again; see if the virus was still around.from the personal story of kathy

As I was showering, I felt a small growth around my anus. At first I thought nothing of it, perhaps a small crease in the skin, but as time passed and a few weeks went by, I noticed that this small thing had grown more and more.from the personal story of Jacob

After overcoming all the shame and embarrassment I went to my dermatologist and she set straight HPV. She recommended I'll remove the wart that is on the skin. At first I was furious that she said it was a virus and I thought that if it's a virus so sure I was infected from someone. So I said, "Tell me who do I need to go and kick him that he infected me with this .." she looked at me with a piercing look and said whoever blame it just me that has the virus but developed with a independently.–Rita castle, NY