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Genital Warts (cont.)

Follow-up

Complete the necessary treatment as outlined by your health care practitioner. Women with genital warts should see their doctor for a routine Pap smear and investigation for HPV infection of the vaginal canal and cervix. If the genital warts are not successfully treated with the initial therapy, the individual will need to follow-up with a doctor or a dermatologist to discuss options for alternative treatment.

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 5/1/2014

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