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Hi there everyone. Let me get straight to the point.

I've had HSV-2 for about a year and a half now, but before I was diagnosed with that I was told I had HPV. It caused me to have genital warts which I never got rid of (at the time I didn't know you could). I don't think I have HPV anymore, but the warts are still there and I get confused as to when I'm having an outbreak and when I'm not. Does anyone else have this problem or know what I should do? Also, is it less likely that warts can be removed if they've been present for over a year?

I'd really appreciate an answer or two... I'm drowning in depression from this bullshit. :(

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Applejuice, i think you should consult your doctor. Warts can be removed; I think there are procedures to freeze them off with acid or something like that. In some cases, people's bodies get rid of the HPV virus. Doctors don't know how the body does that, but it just does.

Please go see your doctor!

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I had my HPV causing genital warts lasered off in 1988. I have not had a recurrance and I do not have HPV. Go see your doctor. I am sure they can be removed.

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