I have little bumps on my genital area that could be genital warts. How do I know for sure, and what do I do to remove them and prevent infection?
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As per details, these are the following possibilities for your symptoms:
The confirmation of diagnosis is done by clinical examination and if needed, a skin biopsy is done. Treatment depends on the diagnosis. Broadly, Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) works in all the above-mentioned conditions.
You should visit your doctor for clinical examination.
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