Sep 29, 2000
What time could pass since the infection by HPV until the first clinical manifestation?
Response from Mr. Kull
Warts caused by HPV infection can appear anywhere from one month to several years after exposure. Some people may never show symptoms of HPV infection. It is possible to transmit HPV when symptoms are not present. If you think that you have genital warts, you should try to get a diagnosis from your doctor.
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