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Infection with the human papillomavirus (HPV) usually does not cause any symptoms and does not always produce visible genital warts.When symptoms do develop, they usually occur 2 to 3 months after infection.
Chlamydia tests involve testing a sample of body fluid or urine to determine whether chlamydia bacteria (Chlamydia trachomatis) are present and may be the cause of an infection.
You may have surgery to remove genital warts if they are widespread and medication or freezing (cryotherapy) fails to remove them. Learn about surgical methods that are used.
Call your health professional if you have these symptoms of genital warts.
Risk factors for getting chlamydia include having unprotected sex, having more than one sex partner, and having a high-risk partner or partners.
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Home treatment is never an appropriate treatment for a sexually transmitted disease (STD).
Antibiotics, if taken exactly as directed, normally cure gonorrhea infections. Learn more.
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