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The majority of HPV infections are generally harmless, though they can be embarrassing. However, the HPV infections that can lead to cervical cancer
and other types of cancers are a concern.
Genital warts created by HPV are small, cauliflower-shaped, or flat lesions. They occur on the genital areas including the vagina, cervix
, vulva, penis, scrotum
, and anus. They are usually painless but they can bleed, itch, or have some discharge.
Precancerous lesions or cervical dysplasia
are abnormal cells in the cervix. These are painless and can only be detected with a Pap smear
just have an proper vaginal hygiene,greenish discharge is due to vaginal infections,do an vaginal swab to find the infective agent
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