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When warts first start out, are they usually spread out and very small little bumps? I have quite a few bumps but they are spread out and all over the place? I heard that warts are usually in clusters...could this still be HPV?




 



I read this question and the answers that had been given before seeing my doctor, and it really sunk my spirits, because I had developed a few spread out bumps on my penis shaft. I went to the doctor and he told me I am fine, and the majority of the time, warts will indeed form cluster like formations. There are in actuality several different reasons bumps can appear, which in my case was nothing more then a zit. My best advice to you is to not overreact, and just get checked out by a doctor. Its better safe then sorry, but theres always hope.


8/7/2004


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i have that too.. and my doctor said it is genital warts.

By:
boobear


7/10/2003


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Personally, mine started as a single bump and then rapidly turned into a cluster. Get it checked out immediately, it''s not worth letting it get worse. It's much easier to treat early - it doesn't get any easier to share the issue with a doctor.

Doctors are used to seeing this sort of thing. Good luck, stay healthy.


12/25/2002


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What kind of doctor do you go to? a dermotologist or an STD clinic?


7/31/2006


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my doctor thought I had HPV, but mine turned out to be tiny skin tags which are harmless. So dont worry too much until you''ve been tested.


10/14/2005


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this is not a question but its important!!! if your a guy and have a bump you need a biopsy!! its when they cut the bump and sent it to get results!! wemon can get a papsmear to know....and for wemon who dont have the virus they can now take 3 vacines to prevent exposure to the more severe forms of the virus but for men the onlything we have is biopsys cut it and test it!!!


8/29/2006


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