Nov 5, 2002
Does gonorehea and warts mean that a person could be affected with HIV.
| Response from Dr. Boyle
Gonorrhea and genital warts indicate that the person has had sexual contacts that place them at risk for HIV. If the person has not been tested for HIV, they should be.
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