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Ask the Right Questions at Your Next Doctor's Appointment

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What is the reason for this appointment?

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Has a doctor diagnosed you or your loved one with genital warts?

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Is the appointment with a current or new doctor?

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What are your symptoms? (Optional)

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What medications are you taking (if any) for genital warts? (Optional)

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Most important questions to ask about Genital Warts

Top 10 Questions about Genital Warts

  1. What are the symptoms of genital warts?
  2. How can I avoid infecting others and when am I no longer contagious?
  3. Should my partner get checked for genital warts and other STDs?
  4. What tests do I need for health conditions related to genital warts?
  5. Do I need to have other STD tests, including an HIV test?
  6. What are my treatment options for genital warts?
  7. Is it safe to have sex during treatment for my genital warts?
  8. Should I get an HPV vaccine?
  9. What can I expect from my genital wart medication and how long will it take to start working?
  1. What are the symptoms of genital warts?
  2. Could my genital wart symptoms be caused by another medical condition?
  3. How are genital warts diagnosed?
  4. Can my primary care doctor diagnose genital warts or will I need to see a specialist?
  5. What are genital warts and what causes them?
  6. Are genital warts curable?
  7. How will genital warts affect my long-term health?
  8. Are there any symptoms of genital warts that should alert me to call you?
  9. How can I avoid infecting others and when am I no longer contagious?
  10. Should my partner get checked for genital warts and other STDs?
  11. How can I prevent genital warts in the future?
  12. What tests do I need for health conditions related to genital warts?
  13. Do I need to have other STD tests, including an HIV test?
  14. What are my treatment options for genital warts?
  15. What should I do if my genital wart symptoms get worse?
  16. What might happen if I do nothing to treat my genital warts?
  17. Is it safe to have sex during treatment for my genital warts?
  18. What personal hygiene practices should I use during treatment?
  19. How will I know if my treatment plan is working well or if it needs to be changed?
  20. Should I get an HPV vaccine?
  21. Do I need a follow-up appointment after my treatment is complete?
  22. What can I expect from my genital wart medication and how long will it take to start working?
  23. How and when should I take my medication and what should I do if I miss a dose?
  24. How long will I need to use my genital wart medication?
  25. What are the possible risks, benefits, side effects, and interactions of my genital wart medication?

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Top 10 Questions about Genital Warts

  1. What are the symptoms of genital warts?
  2. How can I avoid infecting others and when am I no longer contagious?
  3. Should my partner get checked for genital warts and other STDs?
  4. What tests do I need for health conditions related to genital warts?
  5. Do I need to have other STD tests, including an HIV test?
  6. What are my treatment options for genital warts?
  7. Is it safe to have sex during treatment for my genital warts?
  8. Should I get an HPV vaccine?
  9. What can I expect from my genital wart medication and how long will it take to start working?

Medical Reviewer: William C. Lloyd III, MD, FACS; Sarah Lewis, PharmD. Last Annual Review Date: March 14, 2016 Copyright: © Copyright 2016 Health Grades, Inc. All rights reserved. May not be reproduced or reprinted without permission from Health Grades, Inc. Use of this information is governed by the Healthgrades User Agreement.

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