What Happens During the Genital Wart Exam?

What Happens During the Genital Wart Exam?

Jun 30

Warts caused by human papillomavirus (HPV) can appear anywhere on the body. Those that are present in the genitals can be called genital warts. They’re easily spread through sexual contact. According to the CDC, no less than 50% of sexually active women and men get genital warts at one point of their lifetimes. The infection may take one to three months (or longer) to show up symptoms. However,...

Warning Signs of Anal Warts and How to Remove Them Rapidly

Warning Signs of Anal Warts and How to Remove Them Rapidly

Jun 15

Anal warts are HPV infections that occur on around the anus, inside the rectum or on the buttock. They’re also a form of genital warts. While genital warts are spread through sexual contacts, anal warts are similar. In young people, HPV can go away by itself and may not show up any symptoms. However, the virus sometimes remains and leads to warts in the genitals, including the anus. In most...

Is It Possible to Heal HPV With Foods and Diet?

Is It Possible to Heal HPV With Foods and Diet?

Jun 02

More than two-thirds of adults in America have the human papillomavirus (HPV). HPV is a group of viruses that can infect different parts of the body. While some HPV types can cause genital warts, others can develop into cervical cancer. HPV is incurable, but you can prevent it by getting HPV vaccines. If you’re looking for natural ways to fight against HPV, foods and diet can be a powerful...