HPV Warts - Do You Have Them?
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When we talk about HPV warts, we’re talking about any of the small benign tumors caused by any one of
the hundred or so human papillomavirus (hpv) viruses.
They are generally harmless but can impact a person’s life negatively by marring his or her appearance and sometimes causing discomfort, pain,
and even bleeding. They are highly contagious.
It is estimated that roughly 20 million men, women and children are infected by HPV viruses at any given time.
Many of these people are not aware they are infected as they demonstrate no symptoms; they display no warts anywhere on
their body. All warts are HPV warts and are caused by one or another of the HPV viruses.
Children and younger people are more likely to display warts than adults. The more common types often appear on
fingers and hands. Adults are more likely to become infected by genital warts and plantar warts.
Genital warts account for about one third of all new sexually transmitted diseases. The virus
is passed on through skin on skin contact, not through the exchange of bodily fluids, as some might think. An easy, safe, and inexpensive
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HPV Warts Can Return
HPV warts are tenacious, often recurring. The virus can be passed from one individual to another through sexual contact, without either partner being aware of it. The virus
could remain dormant in the recipient, who then passes it on to a third person.
Plantar warts appear on the weight-bearing parts of the feet, the soles and toes. Like all warts, they too are
highly contagious and can be passed from one individual to another indirectly. Public areas with moist surfaces, such as public showers and
swimming pool areas, are breeding grounds for these viruses. The plantar wart viruses can remain active on these surfaces for long periods
of time. Never walk barefoot in these public areas.
Do You Have HPV Warts?
How Do you know if you have HPV warts? By sight and texture, primarily. Surprisingly, people will often mistake cancerous moles, calluses or corns for
warts. Warts are small cauliflower-like bumps that can appear anywhere on your body. They have a rough surface, even borders, and can
be flattened or bumpy. Tiny blackened marks from surface capillaries may be visible.
One thing that distinguishes warts from corns or calluses is the absence of regular skin lines across the wart’s surface; there is no
continuation of the normal skin line pattern. HPV warts can occur singly or grouped together in what’s known as a mosaic wart pattern. They can
range in color from pale pink to grayish or any variation of regular human skin color. Warts are shallow growths, lacking
roots that run down to the bone.
About half of all warts go away on their own after a couple of years, especially those that afflict young children. Others can persist for
many years unless treated. Their propensity to pass on the HPV viruses and to infect others or spread to other parts of the body are good reasons
to get rid of them.
You can help to prevent their spread by practicing basic good skin care and avoiding contact with infected skin or potentially infected public
surfaces like showers or swimming pools. Keeping one’s skin clean and healthy is imperative as healthy skin forms an effective barrier to
infection. Damaged skin can create an opening for harmful bacteria and viruses.
Regardless of how careful you are, however, you may be predisposed or more vulnerable than average to HPV warts. Fortunately, you can
visit your doctor for treatment. Or you can do it yourself at home.
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