Yes she can.
Anal warts are the same as genital warts. Genital warts frequently affect the skin of the anus, even in patients who haven't had anal sex.
Warts are a fungus, and can show up anywhere on the body.
Yes, you can get rid of anal warts. They will go away on their own, or you can use treatment to make them go away faster.
No, they are caused by two separate germs. But the same factors that increase your risk for chlamydia also increase your risk for anal warts.
It is possible to not contract genital warts from an infected partner.
Probably anal warts - an STD. See a doctor.
I would imagine that is genital warts on the anus
Piles don't cause genital warts, but the anal tags left by piles can easily be mistaken for genital warts.
HPV appears in the genital and anal areas.
Treatment options include electrical cautery, surgical removal, or both. Warts that appear inside the anal canal will almost always be treated with cauterization or surgical removal.
Genital warts are a sexually transmitted disease (virus) that usually causes warts in the genital or anus areas.when you get warts on your ballsThey are warts that typically appear in the genital and anal areas of the body. The warts usually look like cauliflower.Warts growing in the genitial areas.
You can contract genital warts from having sexual contact with an infected person.
Anal warts are a group of warts in and around the anal area caused by the HPV Virus (human papilloma virus) and there are many strains and forms that this virus can take. There as many as many as 100 different HPV strains a person can have as well as a few that can be transmitted through sexual contact. I have researched the Internet on your behalf and found a web site that appears to address your question. The link to the web site is called Anal Warts Treatment and is displayed directly below this window.
Anal Warts go is a doctor
Once infected, the virus does not leave the body.
You can contract this by having anal sex.
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The warts will need to be removed by a doctor; laser, freezing, or cautery.
Aldara helps in the treatment of genital and anal warts by increasing the activity of the body's immune system. It however, does not cure warts, and new warts may actually appear during treatment. Also, it is unknown if aldara prevents the spread of warts to others.
There are over 150 strains of the HPV virus. The virus strains that cause the warts are considered low risk for vaginal, penile, and anal cancer.
Yes, genital warts can spread but only through sexual contact. Genital warts are highly contagious and about 2/3 of people who sexual contact with a person with genital warts will contract it.